End of the Semester Thoughts: As Told by Michael Scott

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Thanksgiving break is right around the corner! Before we know it, the first semester will be over, but not before several mental breakdowns in between stressing for class registration and preparing for final projects and exams. It always seems that that after fall break, the semester flies by, and there is not even time to breathe. If you are anything like me, than you are already in freak out mode. It is important in stressful times like these, to remember that you are not alone, and Michael Scott has felt the exact SAME way before. Here are some end of the semester thoughts as told by the one and only Michael Scott...

1. When your teacher throws one last presentation at you, but you forgot about it until the night before...

2. When you have one final group project, and that one guy has not done a single thing except add Google images to your PowerPoint...

3. When your mom calls to check in on you and asks how school is going...

4. When your professor gives a test the day before Thanksgiving break...

5. When start looking over final exam study guides and realize you do not remember a single thing you learned from September...

6. When you register for classes for second semester, but all the class you need are already full...

7. When you take that last final exam, and you are feeling the boss you are...

 

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About The Author

I am a freshman music business major, like the majority of Belmont, from the Chicago land area. Like most people, I fell in love with Nashville's music, coffee shops, and obviously all the wall murals. I am a firm believer that one day I will marry Jim Halpert, but until that day, I will wait patiently and keep re-watching The Office. I believe that in an another life time, Amy Poehler and I would be the best of friends. I would hold out hope for this life time, but I am just waiting for her to respond to my emails.

Life is good--remember that.