This past weekend I was lucky enough to go to TULW, the Texas Union Leadership Weekend retreat. I say lucky because there were many applicants, but only 30 were selected.
Listening to: The Garden — Mirah
When I stepped into my first class at UT, it had been six years since I’d been in a classroom. For that matter, it had been six years since I’d had any kind of formal education whatsoever.
So I am not bragging or anything, but I like to think I have a lot of friends. The problem with this scenario is that I feel like I don’t have enough time in the day or year to hang out with everyone. This problem has been blasted in my face with the coming of a very important college ritual: SPRING BREAK.
I love the Olympics! Guess this is the Sport Management side of me coming out, but I love the competition, pageantry, nationalism, etc. I had a few professors at UT who worked for the Olympics in Sydney — how cool is that? Tonight, I’m so proud that my Austria won a gold medal!! Woo hoo!
When I studied abroad in Salzburg, many of my classmates and I went to the Torino Olympics. Collin and I saw Russia play Kazakhstan in the hockey preliminary event. AMAZING cultural experience to see these two groups of fans play in the same arena. Russia won 3-1 I believe….. here are some pictures!
What: UT SG Campaign Week
When: From 12:01 a.m. today until 5 p.m. March 3
Where: Vote from any computer on campus at utsg.org
Why: Because voting is important and this election is going to be legendary
I Wish I Had A Super Intelligent/Cooperative Identical Twin Who Would Do All My School Work While I Sleep In Under Mounds of Blankets
So this last week appears to have been my last enjoyable one. I had a test in my Personal Finance class today and I have two more coming up on Wednesday and Thursday. I don’t really plan on doing much for the next few days… it’s weeks like these where I can’t wait til the weekend and it’s barely Monday!
Today is my one year anniversary of getting into UT! Yayyyyyyy!
Dear Weather Gods:
So across the nation, everyone is dealing with one of the nation’s worse winter storms. Snow is covering almost the entire northeast and even creeping all the way down south. But one place that it has not reached is Austin.
This is a funny little thing us architecture students do all the time. I’m not sure if it’s just us or if it happens at every other school, but either way I think it’s hilarious. This is how the story goes:
So this past week has been a rather productive one for me. I’ve been dieting since New Year’s day and I must say, it feels great. I’m about 5 weeks in and there has been a noticeable change in my body composition every week.