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Life Lessons (in relation to RIT)

Cynthia Roberts on Tuesday, 19 February 2008. Posted in Student Life, Study Abroad

Life Lesson # 1
Never begin the application process for study abroad in week 10.  It's way to busy a time to do this.  And the admissions committee on the other end really wants to make the process as quick as possible to get you an answer as soon as possible. 

Stress central.

Life Lesson # 2
Despite being called a health cookie there is in fact nothing healthy about a health cookie from Java's.  However, the cookie part is probably a dead giveaway to that.  On the plus side, they are really freaking good.

Life Lesson # 3
Attempting to park in D lot during a hockey game is a horrible idea.  Instead park over by admissions.  No one ever thinks to park there and its  a closer walk to the arena that U lot.

Life Lesson # 4
They stopped selling vitamin water on campus due to RIT's contract with Pepsi and vitamin water being owned by Coca Cola.  Stock up.

Life Lesson # 5
Bunnies are noisy.  Adorable, but noisy.  At least their water bottles are.

I'm off to write a statement of purpose for my admissions packet to arcadia for the study abroad program. 
Wish me luck