I like rocks. When I was little I collected rocks, now I climb them. It's a blast and a half of a hobby, and motivates me to exercise once in a while (which is a big deal for me, I'm all about that "eat a lot of junk food and never work it off" life.) Let me tell you about my experiences.
Business Management and Theatre Performance • Broomfield, CO
Hope Autumn is treating you well! Here in Boulder we can definitely feel the weather changing. This morning, we woke up to frost on the cars and the days are getting shorter and colder. Yesterday, however, was a momentous day in my college career.
Last weekend, I went to Calwood Learning Center with my fraternity for a retreat we have every semester! This was the first time (because this is only my second semester involved!) that I got to know what was going on behind the scenes! As a pledge, you don't really know what planning and such goes into it. It was a ton of fun and I got to spend time with my new future brothers and some that I hadn't met last year! I love being part of the traditions, and getting to know everyone better!
Linguistics; Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences • Centennial, CO
Last weekend my roommate and I went up to Aspen to work at a wedding! Although I absolutely LOVE living in Boulder, it was great to be able to get up into the mountains for a couple of days – especially at this time of year! All of the leaves were changing colors and the temperature was neither too hot nor too cold!
Broadcast News and Political Science • Ventura, CA
Last semester, I left Boulder for fourth months and studied abroad. I chose the program Semester at Sea. In this program, I lived on a ship named the MV Explorer with about 500 students from universities around the world. While 90% of the students were from America, we had many students from around the world on board with us. While we were on the ship, we took classes and tests that I got credit from here at CU Boulder. My classes that I took were Religions of the World, Marriage and Family, Revolution Through Music, and Travel Writing.
Hi, all! This week has been crazy busy as usual. Tuesday I had another test, and I think it went well! It's always such a relief to believe you actually did well rather than having the fear in your mind that it may have not gone as planned :)
Thursday night, CU Student Ambassadors took us out for...
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