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We have approximately three weeks left in the semseter. For some this means graduation. For others, it means you're just one step closer to adulting and taking the next step into the spiraling vortex we call "our future." As for me, the end of this semester marks my halfway point--the transition from underclassman to upperclassman. Not only does it suck to be one half of the way done with Penn State student life, but even worse, it means that we actually need to get ourselves together and start moving forward into the life of an intern or somehow will ourselves to start the search for a "real person" job.
Don't get me wrong, I never want to graduate--and I'm sure most of you feel the same way. However, our undying love for the Happy Valley doesn't compensate for the fact that we are "literally so done" with this semester. Morale is at it's all time low and there is little to no incentive to finish. The last month of the semester has us feeling some type of way.
You come off of a really long week of work, ready to welcome in the weekend with open arms.
You go out every night and have a crazy weekend with all of your friends... thinking you've done all the work there is to do.
Sunday rolls around and you check ANGEL just in an attempt to be somewhat studious after the past two days. Go you!
You notice an assignment in every class is coming up this week.
You share the schedule of your next week from hell with your roommate and they can't help but laugh at your pain.
You cram and try to study for every exam while simultaneously completing papers and projects.
You try to finish strong but the motivation to succeed is just down the toilet along with your GPA.
One more week of failure has come and gone. You lay down in your bed and just take in the misery you have endured. How much longer until summer vacation?
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