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Your heart begins to race, your hands are clammy and shaky, your head is spinning and your breathing is slow and inconsistent. You look over and see all the stacks of books and mounds of homework you need to complete, but you can’t bring yourself to do it. Instead, you go for a run, play some video games, you even clean your room. You do anything to avoid buckling down and starting your assignments.
College is a time for finding yourself, meeting new people, making memories and, of course, getting an education. But sometimes, between finding yourself and making all those memories, a strong feeling of homesickness overcomes you.
ADP will relocate to Tempe and hire 1,500 people this spring.
As you walk around downtown Tempe next spring you will notice that the streets are busier, the lines in restaurants around lunch are longer and the sidewalks are filled with more people — 1,500 more people to be exact.
It’s your freshman year of college, you’ve dreamed of this day for years, you hear about all the college parties, all the freedom and of course — all the alcohol.
It’s move-in day, you have all your belongings ready to move into your new dorm or apartment. You’re excited to start this new adventure, but in the back of your mind you just can’t help but fear that the horrific roommate stories you read on Buzzfeed or saw in movies may become your life for the next year.
Take a look around you the next time you walk into the Memorial Union. I bet some students will pass by playing on their phones, others may sit studying for hours at a table and a handful will chat with their friends while waiting to order food in line.
Which do you think is more difficult: your college statistics class or your college relationship? Is this a trick question you ask? Nope. In fact, it’s a question many students have to ask themselves every day. However, relationships don’t have to be difficult in college, and many couples actually do make studying for exams and their relationship work — all the way to the altar.
Moving into a new place comes coupled with stress. You need food, furniture and, you know, money. Making a space feel like home can be a daunting task that makes move-in day kind of a nightmare. (I mean, who doesn’t love carrying furniture and boxes upon boxes up flights of stairs in 115-degree weather?) A new apartment also means multiple trips to the the holy grail of home and dorm furnishings: Target.