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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

After some delirous nights, nerve wracking tests, and a multitude of term papers, I can finally say that I'm done with this semester! What a weight off my chest! I actually took a nap yesterday after my tests were over; that's an anomoly in my life. Now as I sit here with a piping hot cup of coffee at 8:15 with no actual classes to attend, I have to wonder... why am I up this early? I think my body has adrenaline coursing through my veins, urging me to keep going.

Lauryn
International Affairs, Anthropology • Colorado Springs, Colorado

Little Known Secrets in StudyVille, Boulder

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

 

Hate studying in the main Norlin library? Yeah, me too. So, I've compiled a list of relatively unknown places on campus where I've studied at one point or the other.

1. Student Group Office:

If you are an officer of a student group registered on campus and your group has an office in the UMC, you are entitled to a key card that grants you access into the office while the UMC is open. Your SOFO signers should be able to arrange this key card for you. Student group offices are quiet and spacey and have limited access. 

2. CMA @ C4C:

'Funmi
Environmental Studies, Geography • Port Harcourt, Nigeria

The Story of $10,000

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Well, not in cash.

This semester, I took GEOG 3053 - Cartography 1 with the Geography department. Initially, I was not very keen on taking this class but seeing that it is a requirement for my Geography degree, I had no choice. Once I saw that the class was worth 4 credits and had weekly labs lasting 3 hours, I became even more expectant of a time-demanding syllabus.

'Funmi
Environmental Studies, Geography • Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Success!

Monday, December 5, 2011

 

Perri
Psychology, Elementary Education • Irvington, New York

An assortment of thoughts as we broach finals

Monday, December 5, 2011

 

 

 

These images represent my brain on finals.

Lauryn
International Affairs, Anthropology • Colorado Springs, Colorado

A blessing in disguise...

Friday, December 2, 2011

I have come to completely appreciate the RTD bus system in Boulder and all over the state in the last few weeks. Normally I commute from Longmont (a small suburb town of Boulder) because that is where I currently live, but I have been house-sitting and dog-sitting for some friends in Boulder this past month. My car was giving me troubles and I had to be in Fort Collins the next morning for an interview. Fort Collins, mind you, is almost a 2-hr. commute from Boulder.

Kathryn
Journalism and Communication • Longmont, Colorado

The Real Enemy is...

Friday, December 2, 2011

Hey guys,

Thanksgiving break was great, just like it always it. The only con is that right after Thanksgiving comes finals. I'm taking 19 credits this semester and that leaves me with 6 finals and papers. A lot. Or maybe not so much. Here are the things I've learned in my three years of university which have heloed me with finals:

1. Paper Holds More Than Your Brain I:

'Funmi
Environmental Studies, Geography • Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Thanksgiving/End of the Road Loss Streak!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

 

Hey everyone!

Mike
Biochemistry, Atmospheric/Oceanic Studies (ATOC) minor • Austin, Texas

Monsters and More

Monday, November 28, 2011

 

Back again! This past week just flew by, and now its crunch time. I’m currently working on creating a literary unit of study for first graders. I’m supposed to be working with my group right now, but I’m distracted J We are currently sitting in the University Memorial Center, slaving over the corrections for our unit that is due tomorrow.

 

Perri
Psychology, Elementary Education • Irvington, New York

Reboot, Recharge

Monday, November 28, 2011

This past week, CU had the entire week off of school to celebrate the holidays. After 13 weeks of going strong, students packed up their suticases and headed home, ready to kick their feet up, take hour long naps, eat homecooking, and take showers that actually have decent pressure (or maybe that's just me). It was both well deserved and well needed.

Lauryn
International Affairs, Anthropology • Colorado Springs, Colorado

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