If you read my last post, you know that the first week of senior year was hectic. Although I’ll post in-depth about my courses in a future post, the work is already piling up in my two economics classes, honors elective, Spanish class, and theology core. It’s mostly reading so far, but add to that my Treasurer job of creating the BOP budget for 2014-2015 and getting ready for my Admission Fellowship and you can see why this week was crazy.
One highlight of the first week was Academic Convocation, the official academic kick-off of the year to which all students, especially the freshmen, are invited. I met my Orientation group one last time and then brought them to the Peterson Center for their official welcome to the College.
On Friday, two big events took place that gave me time to relax. First, the Orientation staff had a closing dinner where the coordinators and SAIL staff thanked us for a job well done, staff “awards” were given out, and underclassmen were able to write farewell letters to the seniors to thank them for serving as leaders of the staff. I happened to receive [Continue reading]