So the first week of school was amazing! All my classes are looking challenging yet fun (what else can you expect from the Graphic Design Major?) Chapel 1 and 2 were great! I always enjoy President John Wallace’s speeches, they simply make me want to be a better person! This year, I definitely want to get SALTY! (Yeah Smith Hall!) If anyone missed it, they should definitely watch it online! And for Chapel 2, I absolutely love that our Professors announce to us all in a kind of oath that they will do their best to help us in our scholarly journey’s this year.
Going on, I also had a lot of fun with my residents this week, I can feel our community growing bit by bit all the time. Apples to Apples was great, along with randomly watching the Lost Room! However, I am truly excited to see the creative level of my building once the rest of them tell me what T stands for! So far, T stands for “Thizzle” which absolutely brought rolling excitement in the form of laughter out when I saw the video I got from a few of my residents! (Good Job Girls!)
My weekend was very busy however. It started on Saturday with a captains practice at 7am consisting of a hike up Garcia Trail. The view was amazing! Our Track team is looking really good this year, I am definitely excited! They are all pretty classy, if I do say so myself.
Then it was time for work. This year I am the Media and Design Manager for IMT Student Services, so I was the MOD this weekend (Manager On Duty) and so I was in the office for long periods of time on Saturday and Sunday working on all the various computers that have come in since school started. I like working with this section of the school that makes sure the students have their most needed tool in order to be a successful student (and if any of you readers are perspective students or parents of perspective students, I will say this, “A New Computer Is Necessary for College!” )
I also made sure to keep up with Project 21 (which is located on my website: Staphon.com) with a near miss on Saturday, but I got it done at 11:30, just in time!
Whelp, tis all for this week! It is Monday now and so far, all is going pretty well! I’ll keep you posted on anything exciting!
PS: That bit of Japanese at the top is Hiragana for Owari which means “the end”.