This week is nuts for me! Man, between picking up extra shifts between work, two papers, a midterm, and a presentation, I'm really regretting all the procrastination I did this weekend. I'm barely going to have time to plan a halloween costume! Speaking of which... I'm so excited for halloween to be here! It's the most fun time of the year at CU. The whole thing is kicked off with the Nearly-Naked-Mile-- a clothing drive that requires you to wear at least 5 (hopefully more!) articles of clothing to the event and then strip them off and go for a run!
International Affairs, Anthropology • Colorado Springs, Colorado
Why hello! Sorry I've been so bad about this blog in the past few months, it's just been non-stop work and excitement this semester! I've been busy with the marching band, applying for (and receiving, as of this weekend) a grant to do research on campus, doubling the size of my fraternity (a huge accomplishment!), trying to continue flight lessons, giving tours, tutoring a couple students, and a tough class load on top of that! Not that it's not rewarding; it just uses up almost all of my time!
Biochemistry, Atmospheric/Oceanic Studies (ATOC) minor • Austin, Texas
I know a few posts back I said I loved the rain and it was a nice break from the warm weather we'd been having... blah.. blah... but this weekend, the rain is totally ruining my plans!!!
The Admissions Office was going to have a kick ball competition between the Financial Aid Office and we were totally going to kick butt but since mother nature decided to let it rain and be cold this weekend.... our tournament was cancelled. Don't worry, once we play the rescheduled game Admissions is totally going to win!
Journalism and Communication • Longmont, Colorado
Well, it's finally Spring Break! We have two and a half weeks off (woohoo!) and I am going to Italy just for a week of it. The reason being is because Spain has a lot of amazing holidays right now, and I really wanted to see them! For example, right now is the Semana Santa (Holy Week), and everyday...
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