The Last 6 Weeks Of Spring Semester For A College Student, As Told By Eeyore
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The Last 6 Weeks Of Spring Semester For A College Student, As Told By Eeyore

"No matter. All good things come to an end."

The Last 6 Weeks Of Spring Semester For A College Student, As Told By Eeyore

Another school year has flown by and we're down to the wire once again. For some, especially seniors, these last 6 weeks can be bittersweet. There's so much to do in so little time, it's bound to get us feeling some type of way. The same type of way that only Eeyore himself can fully understand. Let's see what he has to say about the semester coming to an end and everything that comes with it.

Being overwhelmed but still trying to have a good time


Dance it out.

Hoping that this semester you'll only have ONE final per day


Wishful thinking.

Getting emails back from all those jobs/internships you applied to, only to realize they're rejecting you


At least they replied.

Walking to your morning classes like


The weather might be nice but you're still dead inside

Your dorm room is the only place you can truly relax


or cry... or scream.

Realizing that your GPA is probably going take a hit but it's too late to fix it


There's always next semester.

Thinking you're actually going to be okay and then another thing goes wrong

It's always something.

Coming to terms that graduation is coming up sooner than you expected


Don't panic!!!

These last few weeks are the busiest time for any college student but don't forget to stop and look around. Spring is upon us so enjoy the weather, smell the flowers and kill those finals! Good luck everyone and congratulations seniors!

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