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).
As some of you may know, I am in my final year here at CU. The reality of graduating in May definitely sparks a bit of apprehension when I think about it, and has spurred me to try and suck the maximum amount of fun out of my final year as an undergraduate.
I have to lift three times per week with the lacrosse team at 7:15 a.m. As a result, I am on campus before classes get going, and I am usually riding home right around the time that classes are finally starting.
This has lent itself to some very funny observations. I’ve seen a few...
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