That whole “graduation” thing happens in June. But what happens after that?
In the meantime, expect rain. Lots and lots and lots of rain.
I had a ridiculously cool last day of work today, though it was super busy.
For the first time ever, I’m getting ready to move in to a place of my own. One problem: I’ve got almost nothing to sit, sleep, or eat on.
If you haven’t heard, Ohio State is pretty proud of its football team.
I just added another class to my Fall Schedule.
Well, books on CDs, technically. In any case, they’re awesome!
This is about the time of year where all your semester friends embark upon exciting new journeys, all while you… Wait. Well hang in there, friends. I promise there’s a lot to look forward to.
On Friday I went to a wake for my friend’s father.
My project this year is pretty different than anything I’ve ever worked on.
I suppose I’m a bit behind the curve on this one.
As a Department of Defense employee I earn paid sick leave. This has been particularly useful for the past two days.
The GRE is like the SAT for graduate school.
It’s been a little while since I’ve offered a glimpse into my world, so let’s take some time to catch up, shall we?
We need to talk.
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