Well, as I must admit it has been much too long since I posted last, it's time for me to get my butt in gear! Summer went by way too fast, and before I knew it I was moving back in to a new dorm to start off my Sophomore year. This year I am living in Hamel Hall on North Campus. This is an older building, but I don't mind that in the least. All the rooms are much bigger. My room has to be about twice the size of last year's room in Joyce Hall. It actually gives Mich and I some living space! This year I brought a futon up from home so that there is an actually place to sit, or even sleep. Another great addition to the room is a nice new set of speakers. My dad and I built a pair of 40" tall speakers that my uncle had designed for me. Mich and I are music addicts, so they definitely fit in well!
This year for classes I am taking Comparative Anatomy, Organic Chemistry, Elements of Statistics, and Intro to Spanish. So far I love all my professors. Although chemistry is going to be extremely difficult for me, I hope I can still form a good relationship with my professor so when it comes time for help I can communicate well with him. Anatomy will also be pretty difficult, but I think I will grasp the concepts much better than chemistry. Spanish and Statistics should be somewhat easier for me so that I can focus mostly on the courses for my major. I also scheduled my classes so that I have no classes on Thursdays. This will give me a break from classes to study, do homework, or simply relax. I look forward to Thursdays more than ever now!
Until next time,