The best study buddy comes in the form of pizza. Finals week is approaching and I’m hoping to have all of my things finished by the end of dead week (week before finals). If I can do that then I won’t have any actual finals to do during finals week, just one presentation. I can’t wait for spring break. I get to go home! And then right after that is spring quarter! I love spring quarter, it’s warm and sunny and beautiful. :). Study hard team!
Current location: library 4th floor
Current mood: victorious (I got my favorite table)
So, I have never watched a live hockey game before. This was so awesome. My friend Aisha and I went to one on Saturday. It was so much fun and we got ridiculously into it. Hoping to go to another one soon.
Pentatonix date night with my lovely friend Robby. He’s graduating this year so I’m trying to get as much time in with him as possible. It’s so weird to think that so many of my friends are almost done with college. Ugh. I’m gunna miss them all so I’ve gotta take advantage of these moments now.
I got the chance to see a bunch of my extremely talented friends perform at Chop Suey last night. These pictures are of COHO, a Seattle university band that always impresses me. Special shout outs for Zach on bass and Bradley on keyboard (piano?). They also work in the admissions office but in their free time they create awesome music.
I’m packing right now to go on a trip through campus ministry. I’m extremely excited for what is to come. Search is pretty much a mystery for me but I know that everyone always has a great time. See y’all on Sunday :)
So today, I finished a midterm and promptly walked one block off of campus and got amazing lamb curry. There’s a place called Cedars and it’s awesome. My friends and I decided to give it a try at the beginning of fall quarter and we were so happy that we did. For a while we were eating there about once a week. Their mango lassi is also fantastic. They now know us by name. That is all
I’m sorry to hear that your experience isn’t everything you expected. I’ve had a lot of friends who have transferred from their respective colleges and it has almost always been the best decision they made for themselves.
Seattle U is everything I was looking for in a college. Since we only have about 4500 undergraduate students, nothing on campus is ever overly crowded (including the library during finals week).
Our library was renovated two and a half, almost three years ago and is awesome. It’s the perfect size for our university and I have never had trouble finding a place to study when I need to.
The fitness center was just redone about three years ago and it is great. There are two indoor pools, cardio rooms, cardio equipment, free weights, indoor racquetball courts, an indoor astro turf gym, as well as a sauna in both the locker rooms (my personal favorite ;P)
Freshman and sophomores are required to live on campus, unless they are a commuter student or have some other circumstances. I loved dorming. The community vibe was the best way to begin feeling comfortable making new friends. There is study space everywhere in the residence halls as well as lounge space on each floor. I have close friends who have lived in each residence hall and nobody speaks down of their experience at all. The residence halls feel like an education based hotel with all your friends.
Thank you for your questions! If you have any more, don’t hesitate to send them in! I hope whatever path you choose makes you happy.