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College in a Nutshell
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Apart from all of the stairs, this is what I remember the most about my time in college. Doesn't it bring back such lovely memories?
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What I remember most from the time I went to campus:

Working on an art project until 2am in the morning when the power cut out. at home. Driving to the school at 2am in the morning, walking into the lounge area where some students slept because we were worked so hard, finishing the project at 7am, an hour before it was due. The campus is open 24/7.

There was also the time, for a month that I would get to campus at 9am and not leave until 5am, giving me only three hours of sleep each day for a month until I was so over-worked, over-stressed and angry that I quit there to go to a community college instead.
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My memories of college? Baking. A lot.

Of bread. Jeeze guys. T'was a pastry college, literally everything had to do with baking. It was glorious. Blowing sugar? Yeah, did that. Chocolate sculptures? Did that too. Only boring part was class, and only stressful part was duel classes (Each class was 4 and a half hours long). Though.. I do rememebr staying up all night to do a project last minute and get a 100 on it despite not doing much with it.. Ah food. I love it.
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I am so jealous of you Kage.

I want to be a pastry chef so bad. :c
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A couple comics that came to mind.

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If you can wake up at 3 in the morning and work none stop rolling and pounding and can lift heavy objects (of around 100 lb.) go for it. Volunteer your time at a local bakery. They wont deny free labor, you'll get experience, and if you're a good worker they'll hire you on and pay you more then they'd normally pay a new hire. Tis what I should of done.
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Haha. I used to work at a bakery. I was very close to opening up my own donut fry, but the shop was leased from under my sister and myself. I know the work needed, I just want the credentials.
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As all of my chefs told me the paper I'm going to get is just that. Paper. It'll help me get a job a bit easier, but it means nothing to show skill. References are what you need.
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