Second Semester Senior Year: As Told By Disney
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Second Semester Senior Year: As Told By Disney

Second Semester Senior Year: As Told By Disney

Spring semester is always the hardest to get back into the swing of things, especially when graduation is less than four months away. It may be a new semester but you aren’t hearing anything new from your professors.

Like sitting in class, listening to the syllabus -- at first, you're ready to conquer the semester.

But by week two, you're already over it.

Since this is your eighth semester at least, and your evil professors have already consumed your world with assignments, your fingers are ready to fall off.

And when you attempt to do these assignments, it usually looks more like this than actual work.

Or you start to fantasize about post-grad sweet, sweet summertime.

When you finally come to the realization that the only way you can graduate is by doing your work and passing these classes, you're sitting at Starbucks like this.

Being that this is your last semester, you've given up on looking presentable for class. But, when the weekend rolls around, you've never looked better ('cause that's when it really matters).

Yet, once Monday rolls back around all you want to do is this.

Trying to get your life organized feels like this.

You can't wait until graduation, but there are so many obstacles in your way!

Your professor lost you way back during syllabus week and you just want to ask this.

But once it's all over with, you'll be filled with joy.

Maybe not without a few (or a lot) of these from out friends first.

Graduation day is sure to look a little like this.

Alongside your friends and family you'll feel super proud of yourself, and then you'll realize you're off to grad school or have to find a real job.

But, hey, at least Disney is still relevant!

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