If you have made it to your fourth year here at CU you have most likely engaged in some sort of bet between peers during your time here. Some are for pride, some financial gain and some for….. well the picture below represents the other category. There is something that just makes watching the game with a group of friends a little more fun or scrutinizing over that last question on the exam a little less terrifying when in the back of your mind you can think about victory over your friends instead of the long day you just had or the threat of GPA destruction.
With all of the things there are to do within the first few weeks of school, it is easy to let things slip between the cracks. I had so much to do the first few days of class that I already forgot about two assignments! Thankfully, my professors were very understanding. Even though this is my...
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