I took my last exam of my junior year this afternoon! While I’m not excited that my junior year is coming to a close, I’m relieved that I no longer have any exams to tackle this finals week. Today, I took my Shakespeare exam, which I think went pretty well, and on Tuesday, I took [...]
This week happens to be a good week to be an English major! (And in a sense, a bad week, since I have to figure out how to balance all the cool English major events I’m going to with all of my demanding yet rewarding English major homework–lots of reading and writing still needs to [...]
I wasn’t on campus from Sunday evening through Monday evening, so I’ve had an exhausting time this week cramming all of my assignments, obligations, and activities into what time I was left with.
Academically, I’ve been working on keeping up with my reading and writing for my memoir writing class, having had to turn in [...]
In my last post, I talked about how I am able to take only 12.5 credits this semester and why it was important for me to have fewer credits than normal on my plate. But I didn’t talk about what I’m taking this semester, which is the fun part! Here’s a look at my schedule.
Yesterday was William Shakespeare’s birthday (and incidentally, his death day), so the English department celebrated in the most entertaining way possible: by hosting its annual Shakespeare in the Square.
Shakespeare in the Square is a fun event (complete with a large birthday cake) held for all students to attend in Red Square, the center of [...]