Syllabus Week As Told By Jessica Day
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Syllabus Week As Told By The 'New Girl' Herself, Jessica Christopher Day

Have we ever need Jessica Day's positivity more in this week than any other? I think not.

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Syllabus Week As Told By The 'New Girl' Herself, Jessica Christopher Day

Have we ever need Jessica Day's positivity more in this week than any other? I think not.

Monday morning, when you realize you have an 8 A.M.

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That feeling of hitting the snooze one too many times. We have all been there.

When you finally get to the class you actually are going to enjoy.

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Even if that means that you may have one bad grade once in a while, still worth it.

When you forgot about that one class that you needed for your major, and it is not on your schedule. 

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Just keep checking that schedule plan, maybe something will turn up.

Ladies, when your monthly friend makes an appearance during class and you are not prepared.

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We have all been here.

When the teacher says mandatory attendance or you will not pass. 

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Honestly, there is nothing worse than those words coming out of the teacher's mouth.

When you see a Starbucks, but know that last semester you ran out of money.

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I have fallen into temptation too many times already.

When you had 3 pop quizzes over the syllabus, and your roommate asked what's wrong.

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She's just being supportive, but give me time.

When you realize syllabus week is over, and it can only go down from here. 

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Just keep being Jess, and maybe it will go up!

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