D-Day for high school seniors going to college–May 1–is coming up and I know a lot of my friends are struggling to decide where they want to spend their college career. This makes me reflect on my own experience in picking a college.
I was that obnoxious kid everyone hated who submitted all [...]
Gearing up for midterms this semester has been surprisingly non-stressful. Though I’m taking my maximum allotted 22 credits, or six total classes, I only have one mid-term. This is one of the benefits of my majors–English and Political Science–as normally these classes are more likely to assign papers in place of exams. (For [...]
I’ve been planning out my classes for this semester since the middle of October. Looking at course offerings is one of my favourite ways to procrastinate–it seems productive! A lot of people have trouble coming up with what they want to take and rely on their advisors to suggest classes and help them [...]