The Entourage Guide to College: Group Projects

Entourage features 4 best friends trying to make it in Hollywood, though it lost it’s allure in the final few seasons, there is still some good we can draw from it in regards to learning not just how to make it in Hollywood, but making it in college. They’re all young men trying to make their way in the real world, and as students you too are going through the same experiences they are in preparing themselves for real life. So let’s see how the cast of Entourage deals with group projects.

First: Starting Off

Establishing a leader.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOMEONE MAKES A BAD SUGGESTION

 

 

 

THINGS START GETTING REAL

 

 

 

 

 

YOUR GROUP MATES WHO HAVE OTHER PRIORITIES

 

 

 

 

 

SO, YOU SEND A GROUP EMAIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YOU BEGIN TO QUESTION EVERYTHING EVERYONE DOES

 

 

 

 

 

 

THAT ONE KID IS STILL MAKING BAD SUGGESTIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVERYONE JUST PROCRASTINATES

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE MORNING OF YOU SEE WHAT YOUR GROUP TRIED TO DO

 

 

 

 

 

AND YOU REALIZE

 

 

 

 

 

 

THEN THE GROUP BEFORE YOU GOES: THEY CRASH AND BURN


 

 

 

 

LAST MINUTE, GROUP “WE ALL DO THIS TOGETHER OR WE ALL FAIL TOGETHER” GROUP HUG


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YOU DO THE PRESENTATION AND THE TEACHER IS LIKE “WHATEVER, Y’ALL PASS”

 

 

 

 

THEN EVERYONE WONDERS WHAT THEY WERE WORRIED ABOUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entourage was a fun show in it’s heyday and like most good things (college) it has to come to an end. But what’s important are the lessons and experiences you take away from it.

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Leon Langford| Bright Futura Columnist

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16 Comments on “The Entourage Guide to College: Group Projects

  1. I loved this show. I think I'm gonna watch again after I've seen these reminders. Ari is the best!

  2. No matter how mad group project made me, I now realise they also made me communicate better and be more efficient. Also, it taught me how to prioritize tasks like no other and gave me a general idea about leadership since I have always been the most organised one

  3. I can;t even remember how many nights I've spent working on group projects… alone. Yeah, I was that unlucky person who would rather not sleep than get an F one too many times…

  4. Haha, this is spot on! Every group project I ever had in high school or college could easily fir in this pattern

  5. Groups can be the places where you have the opportunity to grow as a beautiful character.

  6. I always had great trust issues whenever I had to do a group project, I think I was a bit of a control freak…

  7. It's true, grup projects are a stress factor most of the time, but think about how good you feel when you finally agree on something and then the presentation runs smoothly

  8. Oh man, don't remind me of group projects! All my college life I tried to avoid them as much as possible and always told teachers I'd like to work more time on their subject so id rather do the project alone

  9. I've always hated group projects until college. In college I found some really great friends who shared my interests and my attention to detail, so I never had an issue with group projects ever since

  10. I don't really care if people help or not, I the kind of person who prefers to work alone than to get "help" from 10 different people

  11. It's been too long until I realised that teachers don't really care about 90% of the projects they make us do. You just need to keep talking during the presentation and never stop or stagger. Also, a nice design for the presentation and breezy information are required

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