Over the weekend, the lacrosse team opened its 2015 campaign with a trip to Amarillo, TX, a city in the northern panhandle of Texas. We drove down (about an 8 hour ride) to play Texas State, and UConn. As far as the lacrosse went, we were successful. We won both games with comfort and loaded back up on the bus happy with our performance. However, I thought I would share a few of my observations about Amarillo.
While Boulder is a terrific place, it can sometimes be nice to get a change of scenery. Fortunately, Denver is just 40 minutes away and the bus ride is free. Denver is a much more metropolitan place than Boulder, and is a common post-grad destination for CU graduates. It has plenty of shows, art, bars, and great restaurants to satisfy a generally younger crowd.
When I agreed to start writing this blog, I was tasked with sharing a small glimpse of daily life at CU to all of you, the Internet. Thus far, I have shared many of my weekly adventures, but I realized that I haven't really written many blogs about my day-to-day life. So, I will now begin an endeavor to share with the masses my favorite daily activities, and for those of you that know me, you will understand that there is only natural place for me to start: ice cream.
As a graduating senior, I am slowly beginning to feel the press of my impending post-grad life. One of the most stressful parts of this is the job search. Personally, I have had a reasonably successful collegiate career, and I have a small number of promising job prospects. However, that is not to say that I have allowed myself to feel too smug.
As some of you high school seniors may know, when you are in your last year of school, there is a tendency to rationalize every event as your last. Well, the same is true for college seniors. Two weeks ago, I had my final home football game as a student at CU.
I hope that everyone is enjoying a fruitful Thanksgiving week. CU gives us the week off of school, so I am able to relax, and ideally catch up on school (although it is tough to get going on school when you are on break).
My first two weeks have been some for the books! I’m already busy with little commitments and events here and there, but I love always having something to look forward to and to do! We have already had our first two football games, but regardless of if we win or lose, I love the excited...
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