According to just about every movie on this planet, college is supposed to be one of the best times of your life. As students with new-found freedom and too much time on our hands, the majority of us are bound to engage in some amount of “sinful” activity at one point. That being said, we’re sure we’ve all been guilty of at least one of these seven deadly sins since starting at UC Berkeley.
Being called on to answer a question during class when we specifically avoided direct eye contact with the professor for that exact reason.
Panicking about the number of meal points we still have to get through a week before the end of semester and blowing the majority of them on “gifts” at Bear Market.
Promising ourselves we’ll get up early on a Sunday morning to do homework and finding ourselves in the exact same position in bed on Sunday evening.
Throwing out the “No. 1 public university in the world” line every now and again to make ourselves feel better (particularly after mention of our football team).
That awkward moment when we have to ask ourselves whether it’s weird we find our professor vaguely attractive. (Yes. Yes, it is.)
Encountering the rain and gray skies of Berkeley and being reminded of the sunniness of Southern California by anyone who goes to UCLA.
Getting way too excited at Crossroads’ Late Night and realizing that perhaps stuffing our faces with buffalo wings at 1 a.m. may not have been the best idea.