It’s hard to think about spring semester when I am just starting to cram for my fall finals, but this past week has been registration for the University of Delaware’s thousands of students, and with that many people fighting for spots it’s hard not to stress over getting the classes you want. As a freshman I was naturally given one of the last registration dates so for days all I...
Study, Study, Study
Ah, how stereotypical of me as a college student.. Sitting in my room, huddled under my blankets as I flip through the pages of my Biology text book, reading about the miracle that is DNA replication. Exams seems to be a daily occurence now and there seems to be no stopping the torrents of essays and in-class assignments. But I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am to for Thanksgiving...
Anonymous asked: That's all you've got to say about the city of brotherly love? Even an hour had to produce more than a few whiffs of some smells and a view of skyscrapers. Maybe another trip is needed, this time with eyes wide open and a clothes pin on the nose. What do you say to that?
For the past month I have not left the confines of the city of Newark which had started to get to me as I wandered around Main Street with friends going to Panera for what had to have been the fiftieth time that week. Without hesitation my friend and I agreed that a trip to the City of Brotherly Love was in order. The wonderful thing about UD is that you could go to practically any major east...
A Formal Introduction Is In Order.
Greetings from a hot and humid Harrington dorm on UD’s East Campus. My name is John Rudy and I’m curently enrolled in the University’s Environmental Science program. I hail from the Sunshine State (California)! If I am not sitting in my dorm scouring the articles of celebrity gossip websites, then I am out on a run along Newark’s scenic White Clay Creek. I wouldn’t...