The Naked Roommate: And 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into in College

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2011 - Study Aids - 544 pages
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From sharing a bathroom with 40 people to sharing lecture notes, The Naked Roommate is a behind-the-scenes look at everything students need to know about college. This essential guide is packed with expert advice, plus outrageous stories from students on over 100 campuses.

Through his advice column, college tour, and website, Harlan Cohen has reached thousands of students with his message of being yourself and making the most of the college years.

"One of the best and most practical college advice guides I've read." -Andrew Tinnin, University of Michigan

"The most useful guide on college life."
-The Daily Orange (Syracuse University)

  

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Contents

Book Orientation
1
Welcome Parents
7
Welcome Educators
11
About the Editorial Content
17
118 Percent Additional Nakedness
18
Fourth Edition Notes to Specific Readers
19
A Final Note to All Readers
24
First Page First Tip and First Days of College
27
Greek Life
173
Life Inside the Classroom
195
Dating and Relationships
251
Sex
293
Drinking on Campus
337
Drugs on Campus
375
Money Laundry and Cheap Eats
403
Things Not Mentioned in the College Brochure
439

Arriving on Campus
29
Residence Halls
67
Roommates
87
A Break to Talk about Holiday Breaks
127
Finding Friends
129
Getting Involved on Campus
149
College A Higher Education
489
The Naked Rear End
502
About the Naked Author
507
Index
509
Back Cover
531
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About the author (2011)

Harlan Cohen's syndicated advice column for people in their teens and twenties, Help Me, Harlan!, is distributed by King Features Syndicate, and appears in papers such as the Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, and the Seattle Times. Harlan tours college campuses giving presentations to orientation groups. He lives in Chicago, IL.

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