- — profpisarski (@profpisarski)Wed, Aug 17 2011 20:10:00#advice2015 your profs are extremely valuable resources and good folks, too. Talk to us, get to know us, let us help unlock your potential.
- — KatherineJClark (@KatherineJClark)Wed, Aug 17 2011 23:40:17
- — KatherineJClark (@KatherineJClark)Wed, Aug 17 2011 23:40:50#Advice2015 Oh, and make sure to check out small (and usually free) things happening on campus to meet people and have fun!
- — SeanWalsh12 (@SeanWalsh12)Wed, Aug 17 2011 19:51:05Keep your residence hall room open- you'll meet so many new friends. Get out of your comfort zone and try new things! #advice2015
- — MBochanyin (@MBochanyin)Wed, Aug 17 2011 19:16:47
- — volunteergeek (@volunteergeek)Wed, Aug 17 2011 19:10:55
- — NDN_JBuzzacco (@NDN_JBuzzacco)Wed, Aug 17 2011 19:13:30
- — laithpreston (@laithpreston)Wed, Aug 17 2011 18:38:51
- — ChrisSnider (@ChrisSnider)Wed, Aug 17 2011 18:30:41Follow the people giving you advice on here. One of them will probably help you get a job (or bail you out of jail) one day. #advice2015
- — AutumnRupkey (@AutumnRupkey)Wed, Aug 17 2011 18:33:29Don't sign up for everything at your first Activities Fair. Spreading yourself too thin among organizations will burn you out. #advice2015
Sage advice for the class of 2015
As students moved into the dorms and the first day of classes approached, we asked our Drake University alumni, students and friends to share advice with the incoming class of 2015. Here's what they had to say.