We've all heard the horror stories. Living in a dorm is a scary thought. Walking up to Libby Hall on move-in day scared the living daylights out of me. I couldn't believe that I was going to have to live with someone I had never met, in a space smaller than my room at home. This was a truly terrifying thought. After meeting my roommate, Dana, I realized that it wasn't going to be so bad, it actually started to seem fun. I soon realized that living in a dorm was, in fact, fun. Everywhere I walked on that first day, there was someone there wanting to meet me.
Sometimes, you seak the hum drum. You yearn for a daily routine, a solid schedule that becomes so consistent you could navegate between classes, work, and school with your eyes closed. It allows you to make plans far in advance, to allot time to get your homework done so you can go out with your friends all weekend. Your life syncs with a calender, with a clock. It ticks as you go; it's simple.
International Affairs, Anthropology • Colorado Springs, Colorado
While there are many not-very-pleasant aspects of being a student, one thing is great:
And students are entitled to one every semester.
This is a great year for all those who will be graduating, including myself, and I would like to finish this race much better than I started it.
So far, the semester is great, I am already getting used to my studying outlines and I am very well staying on top of things. This is the best time to start studying - it makes the difference between an A and an A-.
Environmental Studies, Geography • Port Harcourt, Nigeria
It's been a long and restful break for me, but school has started, and I'm back in the game. I got to spend all of the break back home in Texas, which was very nice, but I did miss the awesome snowfall we had in Boulder. While I had a ton of downtime at home, I did get out and do some cool things.
Biochemistry, Atmospheric/Oceanic Studies (ATOC) minor • Austin, Texas
I know most of you are facing one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make; what you’re going to wear to prom this year. I’ll discuss that later, but I also wanted to inform you about a slightly smaller choice you’re probably making, where to attend college. If you go on a tour of CU, you’...
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