Tag: midterms

Among Midterm Madness

Liz Herrmann—Twas the week before spring break and all throughout campus students were defining ridiculous terms such as grampus. Flashcards were flying, coffee galore, everyone rushing to have midterms no more. Papers on papers, "Thank god multiple choice" students muttered quietly with a tiny small voice. Countdown to Florida and warm weather abundant. In six … Continue reading Among Midterm Madness

Mid-Semester Break, Just in the Nick of Time

Mid-Semester Break, Just in the Nick of Time

Missy Fischer—Midterms are always stressful, but this semester in particular I was extremely nervous for all my exams. This is my first semester in the traditional Nursing program here at The College at Brockport and although it has been a really exciting time for me, it has also been challenging and stressful. This has been … Continue reading Mid-Semester Break, Just in the Nick of Time

Course advisement: in control and ready to roll

Course advisement: in control and ready to roll

Elaina Mancuso—So long are the days of finding out who is in 7th period lunch or who is in homeroom with you. A great thing about college is being able to make your own schedule. No class on Friday? Sure, you can arrange for that. First class of the day at 1pm? Why not? You … Continue reading Course advisement: in control and ready to roll