The first half to the semester is coming to an end. This is the 6th week of the term and next week there are no classes due to Feb Break or Washington Break. It is so nice to have the semester split up into two and have a little break right in the middle. It allows each student to just relax and either get away from school, catch up on sleep or shows and even get ahead in some classes. Not only that, but since most other schools have class next week it gives students the chance to visit their friends at other universities when class is in session which is always pretty fun. Overall I must say that I am looking forward to the break, but I have to make it through this week. Midterms and Papers are hanging over us here so let’s get them done.
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