9 Times 'Glee' Described Syllabus Week
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9 Times 'Glee' Described Syllabus Week

Like if Sue Sylvester was a week and not a person

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9 Times 'Glee' Described Syllabus Week
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Syllabus Week of spring semester is weird in the sense that it's like the first week of school all over again except it's not August so it's not hot outside?? Weird?? What is this?

Anyway, it's a fresh start and a nice week to ease back into the swing of school after a month at home with free laundry, free food, and time spent binging Netflix and sleeping in your own bed.

Speaking of Netflix, here's sylly week described by the show I spent a good amount of my winter break binging (for the third time, oops. Is the first step to getting help admitting that you need it?). Ladies and gentlemen, here's syllabus week as told (sung?) by Glee.

1. When your professors try to hold an actual informational class discussion session on the first day

I mean, cool, that's awesome that you want to crack open Plato's Republic right off the bat, Frank. But if we're being honest, I'm still reading your eleven-page syllabus to figure out when you have office hours.

2. When you see your roommates again after a month away

Who's ready for an entire semester of new adventures, sharing wardrobes and offering emotional support in the midst of midterms??! Go College!!

3. There's always that one kid who has to clarify **everything** the professor says on the syllabus the SECOND after it's explained.

I'm all for clarity and understanding of concepts but I just find it hard to believe that someone could find it THAT DIFFICULT to understand that "the final is 40% of your final grade" means "the final is 40% of your grade". Maybe that's just me.

4. When you have four hours of homework for one class on the first day


This philosophy class looks like it's gearing up to be just fantastic. I can't wait to have my only social interactions be with Socrates and Plato. I don't even think that counts as social interaction since they're, you know, dead.

5. When you've spent a month at home and have to readjust to having a schedule and actual responsibilities

So that's kind of a bummer :/ but yay for adulting. Maybe this would be easier if I could smuggle my dog into my dorm.

6. That one chill professor who reads the syllabus and then dismisses class an hour early instead of actually teaching

Bless you, Harold and your family. Thank you for this amazing gift. We all LOVE you for it.

7. Realizing that from here on out the workload only increases

This is only the beginning. Stay strong. YOU CAN DO THIS.

8. When your roommates ask why you were up until 4 am trying to organize all your stuff for class

If I don't get this done now, it'll never happen. It's the middle of the night or never, baby.

9. Realizing you have five more months of new possibilities up ahead

If Brittany S. Pierce can get into MIT, then truly *anything* is possible. Here's to spring semester 2018. May you be as fervent in your pursuits as Sue Sylvester was in getting the Glee Club disbanded.

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