25 Awesome Things To Do On & Around Your Campus

Colleges love to brag about how they have 150+ student clubs and organizations or 15 ways/places for you to eat lunch on campus, but what are some general things that most campuses offer around the U.S.? We decided to come up with a list of just a few of the thousands of possible things you can do while on and/or around campus.

Remember: These are definitely not the only things available on campus, so go check out what’s available at your own school!

 

Top 25

  1. Go to class! You will regret skipping it, and we always say: “live life with no regrets!”
  2. Chat with a professor They are actually really interesting people and will probably be interested in this awesome diet and blog you follow.
  3. Join a club There are so, so many choices. The hardest part is going to be narrowing it down.
  4. Become class president It’s lofty, but it’s doable and you will meet a lot of great people along the way.
  5. Start your own a club Why not? Start a Crossfit or a Ancestral Health club!
  6. Get a free haircut College is a time to experiment, so see if you can have a friend do it! If it doesn’t work out, you can always fix it.
  7. Climb a Tree College campuses are filled with them!
  8. Start a pickup sports league Remember that one of the essentials of being primal is to play more.
  9. Talk to your RA Also people who will be really, really interested in you and your lifestyle.
  10. Put yourself in new situations This will help you become a more well rounded individual.
  11. Go to a Yoga class Its hard to find alone time in college. Yoga can provide some soothing meditation to combat that.
  12. Do some pushups Or even some handstand pushups when and wherever you get a chance!
  13. Join a fraternity You will meet some awesome people.
  14. Play a varsity sport Key word here: Play.
  15. Take a cooking class You will undoubtedly need one to stay healthy and primal.
  16. Do your own laundry Otherwise, your room will stink.
  17. Learn a new language If you are interested in doing some traveling after college, a new language can be very useful.
  18. Meet your future husband/wife Falling in love releases some hormones that can be incredible for the human body.
  19. Take a hike Explore your surrounding environment, go out into nature!
  20. Ride your bike Find a trail and a group of biker buddies to go out with on the weekends.
  21. Commit to being more eco-friendly Most college campuses like to stress how “green” they are. Embrace it.
  22. Tell everyone about Caveman College You know you want to.
  23. PARTY!!!!! Because you are after all, a college student.
  24. Laugh Because you are after all, human.
  25. Get good grades But don’t stress over the bad ones.
  26. MOST IMPORTANT: Have fun!

No matter what you choose to do, make it enjoyable! If it feels like work, it’s probably not fun, and you should probably find some new hobbies.

Now it’s your turn. What are some things you love doing on your campus that you think everyone should be doing? Join the conversation!

About The Author

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Hello, my name is Max Ungar and I have been following a Paleolithic/Caveman style diet for about 3 years now and it has completely changed my life. Before I started the diet, I was around 225 at 6'0 and 16 years old. After a couple of months on the diet, I was down to 195 and after a few more months I was 6'2 195 lbs. Not to mention I felt better, and was performing better athletically. Having just been drafted by the Washington Nationals, I now attend Denison University where I am studying how to be awesome, as well as a health nut. I believe in healthy lifestyles, paleo eating, crossfit, happiness, living life one step at a time, family, expecting nothing, and experiencing everything. Hopefully this blog will help you delve into the life of a paleolithic diet and keep it through tough, busy times such as college, parenting, or just life. Email Max at mungar810@gmail.com.

9 Responses

  1. Ryan
    Ryan October 25, 2012 at 1:58 pm | | Reply

    Great article,

    Have you had the chance to talk to any professors about the Paleo diet/ancestral health? As a Chem major I have to do at least 2 semesters of research and I was considering talking to some of the anthropology/biochem professors but I don’t have much faith that the paleo diet will be readily accepted. Thoughts?

  2. Ellie
    Ellie October 26, 2012 at 11:23 pm | | Reply

    Start a campus wide game of zombie tag! One of my good friends works for our Student Involvement Network, and he started zombie tag today! I got to be one of the original zombies so I get to practice my sprinting and sneaking skills by chasing humans around all day!

    1. Josh Singer
      Josh Singer October 28, 2012 at 4:37 pm | | Reply

      Ellie,
      Sounds like quite the game! And very Primal I might add. Use those natural sprinting abilities and sneaking skills for good things! Grok on!

  3. Matt Naughton
    Matt Naughton October 28, 2012 at 7:29 pm | | Reply

    Max,
    I party too much and i do not do enough paleo. Any ideas how to get more in my day???

    Matt

  4. Serena Jones
    Serena Jones October 28, 2012 at 9:12 pm | | Reply

    MIKE JONES

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