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Graduation is looming for some Ravens, but some CU tunnel creatures are just getting started with their first year. When their time comes and they sit for three hours in the Ravens Nest to get their degree, they'll learn that a many great deal of things have changed for them. They might even cringe at how they acted in first year.

Here are 11 differences between freshmen and senior Ravens:

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There comes a time when adulting becomes a thing. It's actually sorta spooky. We've spent our entire lives in school going through the same old daily routine and now we have to become grownups. We got to apply for big kid jobs, save money for retirement and take daily commutes on the OC Transpo. Awful.

This is what uni led us to. Mistakes were made on the way. One or two, but that's life. It's not worth going through life with regret, but there's definitely a few things I wish my freshman self knew. K, maybe a lot of things.

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You're bright-eyed, bushy tailed and ready to start university. You've finally made it out of high school and can't wait to begin your first year at UBC. But of course your excitement isn't complete with out a little bit of anxiousness, and that's totally normal.

SEE ALSO: 19 Things You Should Never Do At UBC

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As another school year begins, we welcome a new generation of students who are about to embark on the next chapter of their lives - university. At UofT, the student experience is so much more than just studying and academics.

READ ALSO: Brutally Honest One-Word Descriptions of 12 Ontario Universities

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Alright Western freshmen, you can't ignore it anymore. You're moving into rez THIS WEEKEND and you're in for the ride of your life. I'm not just talking about OWeek - this entire year is going to blow your mind and change your life forever.

I know you're nervous, I was too. But I want you to know that there is truly nothing to worry about. Everyone around you wants to make friends, and yet they are all just as anxious and scared as you are. You might feel alone, but know that you are all in this together. You all already have something in common: truly great taste when it comes to choosing a University.

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