Today was officially my last day of classes… Ever. That is, until I decide to go back to grad school. I definitely feel like I had a unique college experience. The college that I was in is the smallest on campus (around 300 students total). This means that I got to know people very well, considering I’ve had the same 20 people in all of my classes since I was a sophomore. I love school and will miss it. Here are a couple of things I have learned in my college experiences.
There is a crack in front of the Alpha Chi Omega house that everyone trips on. It took me over a semester to stop tripping on it.
If you want to play ping pong there are many places to go. The institute, the TSC, the dorms, and the HYPR.
Always take a PE class.
Joining clubs and student council is stressful but fun.
Some professors are straight up crazy and think that this symbol: @ looks like a cat in a basket with a tail wrapped around its head.
The best bathroom on campus in on the 2nd floor of the library in the southwest corner.
Just because a class is easy, doesn’t mean it’s fun.
When I was saying goodbye to my department head the other day, I was voicing my concerns about graduating. He said he felt the same way when he was graduating. He left me with this gem of a quote. “Sometimes the light at the end of a tunnel is from an oncoming train.” Hopefully, I can handle it.