So I only have a few weeks left of Paris…but I have been wandering around the city trying to see all that I can before I leave. Well the other day I stumbled across this really cute canal. I hadn’t ever really heard of it. But it was really cute and I found out after [...]Read More... No Comments
Something that I find really funny is how different this year has been from last year, how different my perspective is. The main reason I bring this is up is because, obviously, winter weather is here, something that I dreaded for quite some time. I typically hate snow and everything else about winter. I like [...]Read More... No Comments
So….Only this week and next week left of classes! Well at least for me. The classes start back up next month until the 16th of January. By then I will be back in Oswego playing hockey everyday! That will be exciting.
The only bad thing about leaving is I have so many papers to write. 10-15 [...]Read More... No Comments
This week has been written into history.
The New York State Senate met Wednesday morning to debate over two very important topics. First, the plan to close the gap in the budget deficit of $3.2 to $4 billion, which would reduce the gap by about $2.8 million. Second, the Domestic Relations Law, which would have allowed [...]Read More... No Comments
It’s so difficult for me to believe that the semester is so close to the end. I am not, by any means, complaining, because, trust me, I really need this upcoming break, as I’m sure that a lot of us do. If you recall, I was complaining a lot not too long ago about having [...]Read More... No Comments
I am freaking out! In exactly two weeks I will be flying to NYC to get ready for leaving on my flight to Accra, Ghana, AFRICA! I’m literally having a hard time studying and paying attention in my classes because I’m so excited to go!
On Tuesday, the 8th, I will be getting the [...]Read More... 6 Comments
So with the semesters end, finals week is steadily approaching. Around this time, the campus becomes a ghost town; 24-hour quiet hours are in effect for almost every resident hall, and the library becomes a temporary home for those looking to make the final push for better grades. For those who aren’t prepared, finals [...]Read More... 1 Comment