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Fox News personality is Alan Colmes Monica Crowley Kimberly Guilfoyle and John Stossel all have at least one thing in common.
It's definitely not their political views there all college graduates join -- -- walk down memory lane as they talk about their college experiences.
And give advice to young college student.
I went to school in California at UC Davis part of the UC sits down.
I went to two colleges there's one with enough I went to that the ecology nothing new York at Hofstra University.
On Long Island.
I did my undergraduate work at Colgate University upstate new York and I did my two master's degrees and my Ph.D.
at Columbia university in New York City.
-- -- to Princeton.
Favorite college memory that is it could -- -- and I think probably to you first is getting back to all the fun that I haven't.
I think making some really great friends that it stayed with me my entire life really invaluable friendships that's one thing.
But I would also say that I had a phenomenal professor my junior year who taught a course called national security and actually -- course changed my life.
Because I was gonna go to medical school it was leaning that direction and when I took that course it changed my whole outlook.
Getting out high.
My last semester if at all like pleasant Tuesday's and -- -- is wanna be there anymore.
I think when the most important things and out of the experience of college west.
Analysts I want to be prosecutors so what I did was and is able to applying get an intern ship.
At the local district attorney's office there and work in the prosecutor's office and that really helped me to feel very good firm in my resolve.
About my decision to go to law school and ultimately to become -- prosecutor.
This learning how to socialize with seven roommates all of whom smoked for me.
And partying and getting along and play in poker.
Starting that the growing a mustache -- -- girl started paying attention to me my college memories have little to do with learning.
I would really give that advice to anybody in college right now don't be under the illusion that she can start at the top I think a lot of kids these days they love it started CEO.
Or maybe I'll start -- the company vice president you really do have to pay your dues you really have to work your way -- For interns to try to see what they want to do and work in different organization if you get a chance intern at fox obviously it's great you're in a major.
Most importantly don't be afraid to take risks meaning.
-- -- -- -- Put yourself out there trying get intern chance trying network and meet people that might be -- help you along the way you realize your goals and no don't be scared.
-- the worst thing you can do for the life with regrets and say why -- I -- -- class and I wish I tried.
For that in turn -- and it's an exciting time he should make you know the most of it.
Because the practice to go to college but a lot of rough and I mean nobody goals some -- you should -- -- collar but.
I wasn't ready to learn the -- and lectures and learn about.
And if mathematics it's so much better for people who love learning.
Fox News anchor Sean Hannity had a different take on the college experience.
But never finished college.
See there it is and it never finished I actually made the dean's list most of my semesters in college I went to a -- for a year NYU for a year.
And I was paying for my own college so I ran out of money and then I'd go to work and -- worked in construction started my own business.
And that life experience I can't tell you how important that was -- be developing into the person I am.
Running a business making payroll.
Being responsible for people paying workman's compensation all those things all those lessons learned were as important if not more than what I was actually learning in school.
I'm -- Judd reporting for -- and CEO.
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