Fall Schedule

Hi 🙂School started on Monday for Penn State. I can’t believe it. I’m still in denial.

This is my schedule:I also have an online class, COMM 160.

About my classes:

  • COMM 100 – Mass media and society communications in the United States. This seems like it should be easy but I have a tough professor who loves to give out tons of readings, homework, and tests.
  • SPANISH 003 – Intermediate Spanish. This is a 4-credit class so each class is 1 hour & 40 minutes long. Good thing I love the professor ;).
  • ANTH 045 – This is cultural anthropology, so basically the study of humans and our diverse cultures. I am enjoying this class so far because it’s very interesting.
  • CAS 404 – Senior-level conflict resolution and negotiation. Another interesting class, but with a tough professor.
  • COMM 160 – Basic news writing skills. This is an online course all about grammar, spelling, and all of that fun stuff.

So, this has already been my life:I have a tendency to let school take over my life and stress me out. I’m really working on breaking that habit. This week I’m just focusing on keeping up and adjusting to having less time to myself.

I’m also enjoying the beautiful views on my way to campus:

How did/do you adjust to changes? 

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Bible verse of the day: Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7

9 comments

  1. That’s a pretty drive and and an interesting mix of a schedule. I graduated in Anthropology. Love the cultural stuff, there are some pretty odd things to learn in that field. Hope you like it! I don’t recommend it as a major unless you want to do a lot of writing about other cultures. haha. Maybe you do!
    I adjust to changes by either leaping without looking, or trying to hide in my bat cave.

  2. Your schedule looks optimal and like so much fun. (well as fun as class is, you know!). As far as changes, I’m still trying to adjust to my life here in Oswego but I think it will all come eventually. 🙂

  3. Your schedule looks awesome! And the views each morning on your way to campus are just spectacular. If that’s not a reason to be grateful for being here, then I don’t know what is!

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