I haven't actually graduated yet, but this is already my last year of college. ^^ (And I soooo can't wait to get out of this hellhole... XD)
Aaaah I really love The Sims 3! I used to adore Sims 2, but Sims 3 has a lot of downloadable mods and worlds that make the game so much more interesting. Also, I got a free copy of the complete Sims 3 collection from my friend, so I have all the expansion packs here on my PC. I even bought an additional 8GB of RAM for it so I can play the game much more smoothly, lol.
My other hobbies include creating games (still an amateur tho), watching anime and kdramas, singing, playing the piano and guitar, reading tons of books including fanfics, sewing, listening to music, making music videos/editing video clips or movies, giving reviews, doing DIY arts and crafts, calligraphy, and even Autocad. They're all just hobbies, so I can't say I'm perfectly good at them.
Since I only mostly review indie authors, or those who self-publish their books, I haven't read anything amazing in the fantasy genre, especially because I'm a really picky reader. I did read about two or three really good books that were, respectively, drama/family, non-fiction/memoir, and a comedy/romance. If I were to recommend good fantasy books that I've read outside of OBC, it would be the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. The movie was terrible, but all six of her books under this series were amazing. I also recommend Angelfall by Susan Ee. The prose was descriptive and the details were really vivid!
Aside from them, there's also R.L. Stine and his Goosebumps series. He also has many other books that dwell on the fantasy realm. Christopher Pike's "Whisper of Death" was really good, too!
(P.S.: Since fantasy can be kind of a broad genre, I apologize if these storylines aren't exactly what you're looking for;;