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So forgive me if you see this post as cliché, but I personally enjoy taking a gander (yes, I just used that word) at what classes other people are taking, so here is some insight into my autumn schedule.
I can only imagine all my previous school teachers shaking their heads right now. It seems that I am being reminded of every lesson I was taught throughout my younger years. I’m not talking about scholarly lectures; this is much more simple. I’m referring to avoiding the stupid mistakes.
Oh, that’s right. My professor …
Ok not exactly. Last time I checked, most people have figured out how to read and write. You don’t get to use crayons for every assignment. And probably most depressing, my mommy doesn’t pack my lunch anymore.
*check out my previous post here for the impetus of this question… here* In high school I never really decided on what I was going to major in until senior year. I was interested in literally everything, and my mom had wanted me to study engineering because I had always done well in math and [...]
Although I have many commitments at THE Ohio State University, first and foremost I am a cadet in the Air Force ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) Detachment 645. Besides attending classes twice a week to learn how to be outstanding officers and leaders in the world’s best Air Force, we cadets also start every Tuesday [...]
I finally have internet! With no thanks to many the many false hopes and promises of a certain cable company that will remain unnamed, I am no longer out of the world loop. While there are only about a million positive things about living off campus, dealing with cable companies is not one of them.
Finally the first day of classes are over and I’m left with this reminder that I’m a big boy now. *tear drop* So, of course I wake up early for my first college class ever at 9:30. I left Taylor Tower at 9 and got to class around 9:50 (and i’m being modest). Of course [...]
I’ve never felt this before, though they told me I would. I knew it had to come sooner later. It’s just … well it’s just that we’ve both worked so hard and now … it’s not you, okay? It’s me. I’m just not ready for this kind of commitment.« Previous Entries