Last year I felt as if I had done everything imaginable with the college years. I had gained national attention for just following my heart and staying in school. I had been a guest on Letterman, studied abroad in Europe and Africa, and was featured on the front page of the New York Times. I had gone on a dozen spring breaks, was quoted in Newsweek Magazine, wrote a book about my extended college adventures, had a law named after me, acted in my first movie, and was even named to People Magazine’s Hottest Bachelor List. However, I realized that I had not done everything there is to do with the college years as I sat down and cut a list of the final 100 things that I wanted to do before I graduated.