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Summer is nearing and it is hard not to look forward to it. The weather is nice the majority of the time, generally sunny with warm temperatures. Baseball season is in full effect. Those not working full-time jobs are able to sleep in at least some days of the week. Vacations occur, and swimming is
For most people, spring means warmer weather and cramming to finish the semester. For me, it means racing season. This past weekend the crew team went down to Oak Ridge, Tennessee to compete against D1 schools at the SIRA regatta. It was foggy, rainy, and windy but we didn’t let that stop us. In our
The week before finals is very much a week of mixed emotions. It is possibly the easiest work load a student has other than syllabus week, but finals week force the student to begin studying. The weather tends to be nice, but students have to start turning for finals. Summer is just two weeks away,
Finals is upcoming, which means that most students are experiencing more stress than at any other period in the semester. Generally, there is a final in each class, meaning that a student must take 5-6 test in a one week period. This can lead to great deals of stress because many finals are cumulative, meaning
I can’t believe how its already almost summer. It seems like just yesterday I was moving in a week prior to classes starting and having two practices a day with soccer. This year has flown by so quickly, its hard to believe that I’m going to be a sophomore in college here in a few