I've decided to try something new this blog. I know I haven't blogged in a long time and I would like to update you guys on everything. I'm going to write one sentence about each topic and hopefully be able to cover everything that has happened in the past couple weeks. For those people who don't like to read long paragraphs, this will be quite nice. So here we go:
I applied for the dual degree BS/MS program in electrical engineering and I got accepted! :)
Jimmy Eat World and Paramore will be playing at RIT next month!
The Student Government Open Forum was on Monday night and it went over really well.
This is the first quarter I have taken actual electrical engineering classes and they are my favorite classes.
I volunteered for the RITZ Dinner because all volunteers receive an A for a one-credit course!
This quarter's books and supplies cost over $400.. gross.
There are some amazing songs on the new Panic! at the Disco album.
I attended my first Career Fair and I got tons of information about companies, but no interviews...
All of my classes are going extremely well so far and hopefully stay that way. ::knocks on wood::
I held a breakfast on the quarter mile and I gave away over $100 in fruit and bottled water!
My family sent me a package with candy and scratch tickets and I won $48! lol.
It's kind of sad but this 40 degree weather has been amazing compared to the weather we've had for the past couple months.
Panic! at the Disco will be playing at RIT in May, along with the Hush Sound, Motion City Soundtrack, and Phantom Planet!
I began my liberal arts concentration in communication and the news writing class I am taking is both fun and useful in the "real world".
This is the first quarter that I haven't had 8am classes and it's been amazing!
The Devil Wears Prada is officially my new favorite movie. lol.
Student Government elections are coming up and I can already tell that the next few weeks will be fun lol.
That's all I can really think of right now so I guess that's it. If there's anything that you're interested in hearing more about, feel free to leave a comment and I'll be sure to write about it in the next blog!