I've learnt so many things, most of them having nothing to do with what I was studying. I've made new friends and became closer with old ones. I've learnt more about myself in these past two years than I had in the 16 before.
I realized what it means to be an adult, even though I am nowhere near there yet.
I learned new and fascinating ways to procrastinate. I became very good at baking instead of studying, or cleaning instead of finishing my lab report.
College helped me figure out who I wanted to be by giving me fantastic role models to look up to. I admire most of the professors I've had, and even hope to meet some of them in the future.
Even though I'm pretty sure I will forget all that I've learnt in Philosophy 101, or Theories of Scientific Applications, those are the courses that lead me to meet people I will never forget.
Because when it comes down to it, it's not what you know, it's who you know.