postcollegiate love


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  • adj. Occurring after graduation from college


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post- +‎ collegiate


  • The series, which premieres Thursday, Feb. 2 at 11/10c on MTV, is based on the book by David J. Rosen, and follows Strider and his three best friends as they struggle with postcollegiate life in New York.

    Exclusive Trailer of MTV's I Just Want My Pants Back

  • The claim rang false because punk in its pure form disavowed commercial success, a disavowal that united an otherwise motley array of youth subcultures: high-school misfits, skateboard kids, hardcore skinheads, doped-out postcollegiate slackers.

    Michael Dirda reviews "Listen to This," by music critic Alex Ross

  • Miraflores, the wealthy suburb of Lima where Stephany Flores died, is hardly Aruba, but the beach-side area attracts a similar crowd of international visitors, often postcollegiate types studying Spanish and partying down before making the pilgrimage to Machu Pichu.

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  • It kept me in that postcollegiate realm and somehow felt like home to me.

    You’ll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again

  • "We can think of no better way for our young people to squander their postcollegiate aimlessness."

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  • Co-created by producer Dick Wolf ( "" Law & Order '') and 28-year-old screenwriter John August, "" D.C. '' will follow the lives and careers of five postcollegiate roommates, struggling to make it inside the Beltway.

    The Hot Pursuit Of Power

  • With hilariously authentic details of postcollegiate life and an obvious debt to F. Scott Fitzgerald, Macy's book is an unapologetic attempt to be our generation's "Great Gatsby."

    Gatsby In The Internet Age

  • Senior, New JerseyOnly weeks away from graduating with a degree in biological sciences, Pohle had "a bunch of job interviews and was all set to start his postcollegiate life," says Craig Blanton, his vice principal at Hunterdon Central High School, where Pohle played football and lacrosse.

    Lost Lives

  • THE LOWDOWN: Med school, law school, and any other form of postcollegiate education where you can earn yourself some kind of fancy letters after your name provides an ideal environment for hooking up.

    The Hookup Handbook

  • The postcollegiate party was winding down; already he could feel his friends and colleagues beginning to define themselves with careers and relationships, or with a maturing sense of purpose, anyway, and it made him feel naked.

    The Deed


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