Wonderful years at UT- done
Lots of studying for finals- done
More studying for the LSAT- in progress
I’m going to try to wrap up my blog with some insight.
How did this happen?
How did January suddenly become May? How did I go from being a freshman to a junior that is bound for Washington D.C.?
I’m not sure. I guess it’s true. Time flies when you’re having fun.
Monday- April 16, 2007
It was a day of great sadness and tragedy. There was a shooting at Virginia Tech. I realize it’s all over the news, but I want to give the perspective of a UT student.
The past week was full of great events for the Texas Union Student Events Center
Needless to say, I was running around quite a bit.
The week returning from Spring Break. . .was probably the longest week in existence.
I got in!!! I am an Archer Fellow. I will be leaving for Washington D.C. in August.
There are not enough words to express the pure joy I feel. There’s something about seeing a great new opportunity right in front of you. It’s exciting, overwhelming, and heartbreaking all at the [...]
March 2nd- Texas Independence Day
If for some reason, you didn’t know the importance of March the 2nd, there are a few reminders on campus.
I started off March 2nd going to Gregory Gym. It was an ordinary day. Then, I saw a swarm of guys holding yellow roses coming down the stairs. I [...]
Travel and change of place impart new vigor to the mind. ~Seneca
I have never studied abroad. . .which every student should study abroad at least once. Everyone I know adored their experience.
“Wow! College must be so cool. You have to go to class for 12 hours in a week. That’s so much free time.”
- the inexperienced view I had before college.
I decided to show you another side of the campus. . .on ice!! Also, I want to fill you in on life as a liberal arts- government major at the University of Texas at Austin.