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Good College Senior Quotes By Tamara Tunie

I took the whole college prep trajectory, and then in my senior year of high school, I decided that performing was something that I had always done as a kid, and I loved it ... I said, 'This makes people happy when I do this, I feel good, I get to pretend and explore other areas and learn so much'. — Tamara Tunie

Good College Senior Quotes By Bob Livingston

Here I was, this good guy that played football; I was gonna go play in college but I had a bad senior year. But I played guitar in assemblies whenever I could. — Bob Livingston

Good College Senior Quotes By Sam Yagan

I started my first company when I was in my college dorm as a senior with two of my really good friends. We started a company that became SparkNotes. You know CliffsNotes? SparkNotes is a modern-day version of that. — Sam Yagan

Good College Senior Quotes By Jennifer Senior

Indeed, many adults don't consider having children at all until they've deemed themselves good and ready: in 2008, 72 percent of college-educated women between the ages of twenty-five and twenty-nine had not yet had children. — Jennifer Senior

Good College Senior Quotes By Ben Roethlisberger

Basketball was always my first love, but once I had a good year as a senior, I figured the next step was to play college football. — Ben Roethlisberger

Good College Senior Quotes By Mike Senior

Above all, however, resist the temptation to cover the entire room in foam--I can't tell you how often college studios in particular succumb to this seductive error. It is quite simply a recipe for disaster, because it hoovers up the top half of the room's reverberation, making for an extremely unnatural working environment. Although it makes good sense to damp down strong early reflections that can potentially comb filter your frequency response, you also want your monitoring environment to bear at least a passing resemblance to real-world living rooms and offices. If you plaster your whole studio in foam, you'll basically be mixing for people in padded cells--perhaps not the most lucrative demographic to set your sights on! — Mike Senior