In a sense, every college student is a philosophy major. Most students just keep their philosophical pursuits separate from their class work. Sensible students wax philosophical only after a few beers on the rooftop of their ramshackle apartment. They spew things like, "What if we're all made of colors?" or "Do you ever feel like, we're, like, not really here. I mean really not really here?" It would be beneficial if you kept your philosophical inquiries in check and limited your passion for having your "mind blown" to psychedelic rock albums on Spotify. If you cannot do this, if the pull of Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard is simply too great to resist, then might we recommend learning a trade during the summer? Not only will you have a steady union job to fall back once you get out of school, but you might also be inspired to write the next Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.