It’s been a while since I last posted. Basically, I just didn’t get around to posting anything during Winter Break, and I had some trouble logging on to my account the past few weeks.
My previous semester went very well, I ended up with a 4.0, which was better than I expected (I thought for at least one course I would have gotten an A-), but I’m certainly not going to complain!
What I did over break:
Just a quick update on what’s going on. I’m busy studying at UMass Amherst. About a month ago I went on UMass Cru’s Fall Retreat, which was quite fun. I did things like blacklight dodgeball, a theme party, and a really awesome men’s time where we did very manly things like starting fires, javelin throwing, picnic table racing, and canoeing. My team sunk our canoe, but we were only 30 feet from the island, so we swam the canoe back, dumped it out, and set out again back to the camp. Oh, all of this was in beautiful New Hampshire, at Camp Spofford.
Back at UMass, I’m preparing for grad school applications. I’m thinking to apply for either the coming spring 2015 semester or the fall 2015 semester.
So, that’s all for now. I’m posting an old assignment from German class last semester, so be sure to check it out!
Hi there, everybody.
As you can see if you go through the post history, I have not added any new content here for over a year. That’s sad. Very sad. So many exciting things have happened, and I’ve kept it all to myself. Well, truthfully, what happened was junior year. It was really tough. And in the time that I had off I didn’t feel like writing. At all. Which is why nothing happened on this blog this summer. I was lazy and played Civ 4 all day, or else worked. Hopefully, these lulls are in the past. Senior year is much better workload wise, and I feel like writing again. Of course, the more feedback I get, the more motivation I have to keep content coming. So please, subscribe if you like the blog (even though I don’t have anything new yet!), and leave feedback with what you want me to write about. Ok, enough of that. So here’s some of the highlights for the past year: Continue reading