So, you’re talking to all your friends, and they’re telling you about where they’re going next summer, fall, or maybe even winter. You’re bummed out that you found out about studying abroad late, and now you’re going to have sit around with FOMO until next year’s round, or so you thought. We want to point out that there are a variety of programs still available for spring ’15 and some year long ones available still too (you have until May 18th, 2015 to apply). Take a look at the link and check out each program to see what you’d be interested in. However, keep in mind that some of these programs require recommendation letters or long essays, so don’t procrastinate and try to complete the entire application last minute. To find out what sort of materials your program requires, create an account on UCEAP here and navigate to your program’s page.
Christmas is a cold time. How can we keep warm at this time?
1. Hot cocoa is da best. Sprinkle some soft marshmallows into the mug and watch as they melt into the chocolately goodness. Just imagine curling up on a couch in your ugly christmas sweater to a nice Christmas movie. For Christmas purposes, throw a candy cane in there for good measure.
2. Coffee is a main student staple. But how about trying some marshmallows in them too? Treat yourself to a white chocolate coffee this winter. Use it as a pick-me-up for cold rainy days!
3. Butterbeer. The stuff of Harry Potter. If you are 21, try some beer, with some sugar and butter and you’ll have your own butterbeer. If you’re too lazy to make your own drink, you can head down to your local Starbucks and order this secret recipe. The beer will keep you warm this Christmas!
And that’s that! Bottoms up, everyone.
It’s the time of the quarter when everyone is obsessing over class planners, upper and lower div’s, and PTE numbers: it’s time to enroll for courses for next quarter. Is this new news to you? If so, you should definitely read below about what you should be doing to make sure you are enrolling in your dream classes next quarter!
Winter break isn’t that far away! If you live in the residential halls, you probably have a few questions about winter break and housing. Here are some questions you probably have about winter break: