Last week was Thanksgiving break! The time to go home, relax, and catch up on lots of movies and tv shows, maybe that's just me. I left Boulder when it was snowing and 12 degrees and headed for warm California. When I got home, I was slightly freaked out by how quiet it is. Even though it may seem weird, you definitely get used to living in a house full of 85 girls. I got to spend lots of time with my family and friends from home and got my fix of In N Out that I was missing from Boulder. This break, I didn't have to worry about homework which I was very thankful for!
CU Basketball season is in full swing! Our record currently includes only one loss, which was our first game of the season to Baylor. Tonight we have the CU vs CSU game in Fort Collins, and I think we are favored to win by quite a bit! Over my thanksgiving break, my parents and I came up for the CU vs Harvard basketball game. For the first 3 periods of the game, the Buffs were losing. But in the fourth quarter, we pulled ahead and never looked back! It was a great win for us and a great game for my parents to have come to!
For a city with the size and diversity of Istanbul, one semester is really not long enough. Even if I spent all my time exploring the different alleys and hidden streets of the city, it would take me years, and I do mean many years, to be able to feel like I had adequately explored this place.
Such a fantastic week in Barca, my parents came into town on Wednesday, and we were busy from the time they arrived to the time they left for the airport. I was a tour guide to the best parts of the city, visiting many of Barcelona's many wonderful destinations. I felt like a tourist again, but sort of re-discovered the city again checking out some unfamiliar sports, and bringing my parents to all worth checking out, like some of the great restaurants in the city.
I hope everyone had a happy and enjoyable Thanksgiving!
As of today, there are about two and a half weeks of school left, including finals. For most people, that means study, study, study…and then study some more. While studying will most definitely consume my next couple of weeks, I took this past weekend easy and headed up to the mountains to do a little bit of skiing.
Happy Sunday! My Thanksgiving break was amazing! Even though I had a little bit of work to do, I had plenty of time to relax and prepare for going back to school. There isn’t only about 2 and a half weeks left of school until winter break. I consider this time to be the most stressful for a couple different reasons. The first reason is that finals are rapidly approaching… and this can be scary. I have never been the best test taker… so I start studying for finals very early.
May is the most challenging month for CU students. Their final papers, final projects, and final exams intertwine with one another in what can be a menacing way for procrastinators (read: most of the student population). All of the sudden, students confine themselves to the twenty-four hour...
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