- Getting really close to the mean on my last calculus prelim: It had to happen eventually, but it was such a good feeling, I ate a chocolate chip cookie. My tummy is going to hate me in a bit.
- Doing an entire assignment for computer science by myself: I cried a lot. I cried while doing it, I cried when it was done, I cried when I got a good grade. Mind you, the last two were out of happiness.
- Playing a game in chemistry class: It was ONE TIME. And it was hilarious.
- 8 AM classes: Never again.
- When my TA didn't show up for discussion: It was the Tuesday before a prelim. We could have actually benefited and she decided to just not show up due to sickness and then have office hours when no one could come.
- Going out on Thursdays and making it to class every Friday: It is QUITE the accomplishment. Trust me.
- Freshman Writing Seminar class: Listening to a professor talk for 75 minutes each "discussion"? Never again.
- Not having a stable syllabus in FWS: There's an only time for everything.
- Taking that first prelim: I've never felt so scared in my life. And it was pouring rain. NOT FUN.
- Creating the sun in chem class: Burning magnesium has about the same light intensity as the sun. Don't try it now, just go to a 2090 lecture before a break. Or the end of the year.
First Semester: Top 10 Academic Moments (N.a.P.)
So as you people know from my blog, I've led a pretty active social life and an emotionally demolishing academic life. But it's all in good fun. Since today was the last day of classes, I am writing about the top moments in my classes. Because the social and study life hasn't ended quite yet.