Hey this is Kiley giving you the daily scoop.
This semester I am taking seven classes. I have considered my schedule and have made a few adjustments to fit my schedules needs. I was originally casted in the children’s show, but declined due to my obligations. I also, decided resign my position as Senator in Student Government. I look forward to seeing the show and anticipate some changes Student Government may advocate.
This brings me to my next topic: priorities. It’s important to set small and long term goals in the beginning of the semester in order to be successful. This semester it’s vital to make time for meaty subjects and use the resources I have that is why I am going to go to the tutoring center for my Statistic class. I have never been great at math and this is my first college math course. Graduation is in my sights: I will come out on top. I encourage all students who struggle in math, like me, to use this service.This center is located on the 3rd floor D-360. It is open Monday-Friday’s between 8:30-4:30. This service is free and drop in’s are welcomed!
Blood Brother’s UPDATE:
I have been working hard during my vocal rehearsals to sing correctly and achieve the objective in each of my songs and learning chorus numbers for the days I will not perform as Mrs. Johnstone.The cast has bonded and is working hard on learning their notes and music. I am excited to start rehearsing next week.
“We can secure other people’s approval, if we do right and try hard; but our own is worth a hundred of it.” ––Mark Twain