The season finale.
Sorry it’s been ages since my last post…I got caught up in finals and end of the semester festivities.
Since I last checked in, I returned from Thanksgiving break with more leftovers that I could ever possibly consume. Then the end of the semester hit me- one paper, one group project and accompanying paper, and three finals.
My group project was on Playboy and the Feminist Movement- a topic I presented with four lovely ladies in my Dimensions of History class. Resisting the urge to wear a smoking jacket and silk pajama pants to class, the presentation went off without a hitch. It was very tastefully done and we treaded with caution in our presentation- we didn’t want to shove it down their throats. (zing)
Now, I’m officially done with half of Sophomore year. It’s a weird feeling. I can’t quite describe it.
Non-academically, I’ve had a ton going on too. The Presidential Student Ambassadors had a Winter Recruitment Social, organized by yours truly and Shannon, my lovely Retention and Recruitment co-chair. Nearly 40 prospective Ambassadors attended the event, all with the desire to someday wear the elusive blazer.
Naturally, after all that studying for finals, I needed a break. Which is why I love Late Night Breakfast. The night before finals, IRHA organizes a breakfast starting at 9 pm where there is tons of the usual breakfast fare, plus ice cream sundaes.
Admissions also had a lovely Halloween-themed holiday party. (Not really, but I like to tell people that…)
Before I get too sentimental on the passing of time and my growing older and wiser…I’d like to wish all my lovely readers, Happy Holidays! I look forward to seeing you (metaphorically speaking) when I return in the Spring for round 2.
Till next time,
P.S. Congrats to Jack and Katie…looking forward to September 2011!