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57 ways to survive ATL if you ...


There are any number of scenarios in which you might find yourself as a college student in Atlanta: broke, on the honor roll, trying to bum a ride, bored, hungry. Creative Loafing is here to offer you counsel. With the help of our summer interns, we identified eight recurring issues that plague college students and came up with lists of ideas to tackle them. We also talked to a handful of local alums with cool jobs to reminisce about the good ol' days attending college in Atlanta. We hope it provides some extra inspiration when you find yourself simultaneously broke and carless and lonely and bored and hungry. Here are 57 ways to survive ATL if you ...

If you're under 21, you should ...

If you don't have a car, you should ...

If you're tight on cash, you should ...

If you've got a hot date, you should ...

If you can function on three hours of sleep, you should ...

If you like crowds, you should ...

If you think you're smarter than everyone else, you should ...

If your parents are coming to visit, you should ...

Local alums reminisce about their glory days
Killer Mike, TCM's Millie De Chirico, MailChimp's Ben Chestnut, and artist Fahamu Pecou remember


Max Blau, Rodney Carmichael, Eric Cash, Brigid Choi, Stephanie Dazey, Paul DeMerritt, Natalie Fressell, Gavin Godfrey, Frannie Gordon, Debbie Michaud, Ezra Morris, Chad Radford, Madeleine Thompson, Thomas Wheatley, Sarah K. Wilson, Mia Yakel


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