Today marks the first day of Finals. For the past week, it's been nothing but studying, reading, and preparing for today. For people like me, the hardest part is over. Last week was basically my finals week and this week is just a coast to the end of the semester. This semester, a lot of my teachers decided to do final presentations, projects, and papers instead of finals. I like this a lot better, because it something concrete that you can finish and be done with. Once you are done with a paper or project, you just have to wait to turn it in.
I have spent this lovely Saturday night with the wonderful company of my Anthropology, International Political Economy, and Arab Awakening homework. I know it is lame, but a part of college is knowing when to stay home with your books over going out with your friends.
As I slowly but surely...
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