Campus Life Exposed: Advice from the Inside

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Campus Life Exposed is a student-centered guide from twenty-six year-old advice guru Harlan Cohen, who reaches young people worldwide through his newspaper columns, interactive Web site, and dynamic speaking appearances that have been wowing audiences at colleges campuses across the country. With letters from his columns, anecdotes from his own experience, as well as extensive lists of local and national resources for readers seeking extra help, Harlan helps students confront anything from dating and drugs to ...
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Overview

Campus Life Exposed is a student-centered guide from twenty-six year-old advice guru Harlan Cohen, who reaches young people worldwide through his newspaper columns, interactive Web site, and dynamic speaking appearances that have been wowing audiences at colleges campuses across the country. With letters from his columns, anecdotes from his own experience, as well as extensive lists of local and national resources for readers seeking extra help, Harlan helps students confront anything from dating and drugs to roommates and sex. There's even a Rejection Diary, a lighthearted collection of real-life social disasters that is sure to bring a smile to the face of any reader.

Campus Life Exposed reveals the naked truth about real college experiences.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780768904987
  • Publisher: Peterson's
  • Publication date: 7/28/2000
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2002

    AWESOME, HONEST & HILARIOUS!!!

    This is an awesome book to take to college. Is saw Harlan speak on my campus this spring. That's how I found out about it. His book gets into all the stuff that NO ONE is high school ever talks about, but everyone wants to know. I loved it and so did all my friends. This and 'Major in Success' by Patrick Combs are by FAR the best books out there for college!!! Thanks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2001

    Getting Through College Without Too Much Damage

    This book is very hard to grade. It has excellent aspects, such as its candid descriptions of the very real dangers of campus life (STDs, drugs, alcohol, date rape, depression-driven actions, and theft). The cover photograph is brilliantly funny. Some of the letters and advice from those who wrote to him are very good. On the other hand, the book's style is very repetitive (you will hear Mr. Cohen's story about his girl friend in high school, his loneliness at Wisconsin, and so forth ad nauseum). Mr. Cohen has little training for his calling of providing advice, and primarily encourages people to communicate and to seek professional help. The biggest weakness is that Mr. Cohen almost totally ignores issues related to academics. He basically encourages you not to get so drunk or over-drugged that you don't make it to class. Most students leave college with overwhelming debt burdens. The book fails to provide any financial advice for dealing with that issue. While this book will prepare you for surviving the worst that could happen to you in college, it fails to prepare you to capture the best. The book primarily focuses on the topics of coping with loneliness, making friends, getting dates, handling roommate problems, sexual relations, avoiding sexual relations, avoiding and handling STDs, drinking, drugs, sexual assault, and a tiny smidgeon about academics. Most students will find these issues relevant, because their lives will touch in these areas. I would encourage people to read this book, because it will probably help prepare them for a situation or two that they will run into. The book will be most valuable if read during the summer before starting college. On the other hand, the opportunity to write the definitive guide to attending college remains. I hope Mr. Cohen will use the good foundation he has here to create that guide. I will be glad to read it, and give it five stars when it is ready. After you read this book, I suggest that you start by setting some written goals for what you want to accomplish by going to college. Then review your progress once a month to see how you are doing. And review your goals once a year to see if they still are the right ones for you. Seek the best! Donald Mitchell, co-author of The Irresistible Growth Enterprise and The 2,000 Percent Solution

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2000

    The Best College Book Out There

    I bought this for my daughter going off to college and she has not stopped reading. She has so many questions about college that I couldn't seem to answer. I came across the book and picked it up. First, I read it then I gave it to my daughter, then she gave it to her friend. In a week, I think five people have read it. I'm just so happy I found it before she left for school. The dating, sex, and STD information was invaluable. And the author is really funny. I was laughing every few pages. The author also writes an advice column that runs in college papers on college campuses everywhere, so the content is the most up-to-date. All in all this was a terrific experience and something I would recommend every parent get for their children going off to school!

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