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STUDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE '08: Introduction 

A whole new world

High school is over. Whether it was great, or it sucked, or it just...was, it's in the past, and you've got your whole future ahead of you. Excited? You should be. The next four years (or more, depending on your degree) are poised to be some of the most challenging, rewarding, and eye-opening of your life.

            That is, if you take advantage of all the opportunities laid out for you're your school can handle the academics and the extracurricular activities, but what about life on your own? That's where City Newspaper's Student Survival Guide comes in. In these pages you'll find stories about how to plan an all-night study session, the pros and cons of joining a fraternity or sorority, meatless and healthful food option on- and off-campus, and much more. You'll also find maps to some of Rochester's most happening shopping and entertainment districts, a directory of businesses that you might find useful, and guidance from Rochester students who tell you where to go, what to do, and some key words of advice on how to handle freshmen year.

            If you need more guidance on life in Rochester, pick up City Newspaper, which hits newsstands -- totally free -- every Wednesday. Or visit rochestercitynewspaper.com for even more Student Survival content, plus our award-winning news and arts coverage, searchable events calendar, and more.

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