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College Parties Freshman Year vs. Senior Year

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For some of us it may be heard to remember what it was like being a small fish in the big sea of college our freshman years, especially when it comes to the party scenes.  However, Buzzfeed is helping us out, and even showing the incredible contrasts between parties freshman year and parties senior year.

Here’s a few of the major differences…

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  • Freshman year to have to arrive in a posse; senior year you can roll in solo.
  • Freshman year you search for where the best action it; senior year to make the action
  • Freshman year you need your phone to look busy when you get awkward at a party; senior year you forget where your phone even is.

For more compare and contrasts of freshman and senior year, click here.

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