That's kind of a good question. I think, like everyone, I was kind of finding myself. Like Deej, I was probably at my lightest, weight wise. I had a pretty cool habit of buying a new CD once a month, which I would really love to get back into. I really started getting into politics, and watched the Daily Show pretty frequently (trying to get back into that, too).
I dated a girl for about two and a half years. I was pretty unhappy for a while with it, but, now that things are long over, I can look back fondly at some of the times we had. I never dormed, but she did in Rochester (which is about an hour and a half hike from Buffalo), so I'd drive up there about twice a month and hangout there, which kind of helped to give me that dorm experience without the hurdles. We'd grab garbage plates and watch reruns of Next or Boy Meets World until 3 AM.
After we broke up, I really embraced being single and in college. Threw a lot of parties. People still tell me how much fun they were. Definitely miss those. I worked as a manager at a fast food place. I got miserable there towards the end, but I met some of the greatest people ever while I was there, including a lot of girls, which always helped when it came to parties. Invented a menu item at my work, too. It's still available.
I picked up less comics, but Wednesday was such a glorious day. Always tried to schedule my work and classes so that I was off that day. If I got stuck going, I'd go before classes and read them in my black, sunroofed Pontiac Sunfire before heading in. I wore my comic shirts on occasion, but that was typically in the Summer.
I used to write for the school paper. Mostly rants about whatever I felt like ranting about. Lot of movie reviews, but pretty much whatever I felt like. They offered me a paid editor position at the end of my last semester. Bastards.