I hope everyone had a great winter break! I enjoyed some wonderful time off hanging out at home and in Denver with family and friends. It was really nice to be able to catch up on some sleep and spend time relaxing, doing things unrelated to school for a change! Although this past weekend when I was returning to Boulder I was sad break was ending, I was and am really excited for my new classes!
Linguistics; Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences • Centennial, CO
Hello everyone! I have just completed my first semester of college at CU, and I cannot wait to tell you about my experiences through freshman year! After a stressful load of finals in mid-December, it was great to have almost a month-long break to go home, visit family, and relax for a bit.
Finally the time has come to return to Boulder for second semester! I am amazed by how quick these past months have gone by, but as they say, times flies when you are having fun!
Broadcast News and Political Science • Ventura, CA
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.
So on this relaxing Sunday, I hung out at a friend’s house and watched the Green Bay Packers squeeze by the Chicago Bears to win the NFC championship and earn a place at this year’s Superbowl. It was a good time, with lots of junk food (always a sign of a good time).
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