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I'm starting grad school in a week. How do I make friends if all my classes are in like 70-person lecture halls and joining clubs isn't an option? I was an awful introvert all through undergrad and I really want to be able to network and make acquaintances/friends this time.
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>>27051459
Bumping. I would like to know as well
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>>27051459
-As an undeergrad, your community is the college. As a grad, it's the department. Chances are there's a grad student lounge, or some of the grads are teaching assistants with a big bullpen office that becomes the de-facto clubhouse.
-Are you living in residence halls? Meet your neighbors.
-Say hello to the people next to you in class. Even if they're big lectures, you can chat in the moments before class.
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