Monthly Archives: January 2007
My final semester of undergraduate studies begins tomorrow. I’ve got Faulkner at 8:30 in the morning to kick off the day, followed by Chaucer at 10:30. At 12:30 I have a General Social Sciences class, Serial & Mass Murder in America, which sounds like a lot of fun. I’ve got a solid three hour break in the afternoon, which will most likely be spent in the library every day. Then at 6pm I’ve got Senior Seminar. My section is on travel writing, if you’re at all interested you can see the syllabus here.
That covers the Tuesday/Thursday schedule, but there’s also Friday — Web Design from 8:30 to 1:30. Total credits, twenty. So I doubt I’ll be blogging very much. Honestly, I doubt I’ll be doing anything very much.
One thing I will be doing is counting my school reading toward my total in a friendly competition. Elise, Jaime, Stephanie, and some others are trying to be the first to read 52 books in 2007. I’ve decided to go for it myself. I’ve put my list in the sidebar, under 52 Books in 07.