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

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2013 - Education - 541 pages
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New York Times Bestseller!

Looking for the perfect high school graduation gifts for your college-bound grads? Hundreds of thousands of students agree, The Naked Roommate is the #1 go-to guide for your very best college experience!

From sharing a bathroom with 40 strangers to sharing lecture notes, The Naked Roommate is your behind-the-scenes look at EVERYTHING you need to know about college (but never knew you needed to know).

This essential, fully updated edition is packed with real-life advice on everything from managing money to managing stress. Hilarious, outrageous, and telling stories from students on over 100 college campuses cover the basics, and then some, including topics on:

College Living: Dorm dos, don'ts and dramas; lying, noisy, nasty roommates
Finding People, Places and Things: Facebook, Twitter, and beyond; Friend today, gone tomorrow
Classes: To go or not to go?; How to get an A, C, or F
Dating: 17 kinds of college hookups; long distance = BIG concerns
The Party Scene: The punch in the "fruit punch"; Sex, drugs, and the truth
Money: Grants, loans and loose change; Credit cards and online gambling

In college, there's a surprise around every corner. Luckily, The Naked Roommate has you covered!

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Everything you ever wanted to know about college life but was afraid to ask- This book is not just about the studies & the grades! Its's about what makes & breaks the 1st year students- College living ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Harlan Cohen is the New York Times bestselling author of the Naked Roommate series and is one of the most widely read and respected syndicated advice columnists for teens and twenty-somethings. His column, "Help Me, Harlan!," is distributed by King Features Syndicate, and his advice has been featured in hundreds of publications, including the New York Times, Seventeen, and Psychology Today. Harlan regularly tours high school and college campuses giving presentations to students, professionals and parents. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. For more information, visit and .

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