This is the view I have right now, looking out the window in admissions. The weather keeps teasing us, alternating between pouring rain and sunshine several times per day (and for some reason, it always seems to be sunny when I’m sitting in class…). On sunny afternoons, you can usually find a bunch of students sitting on the steps or laying on the grass, soaking up some Vitamin D. Sometimes entire classes are held outside 🙂 The change in the weather also means that we’re halfway through April – and our last block.
It’s hard to believe that we have two weeks left in this block – and this year – as of tomorrow. Personally, I’m wondering how three years flew by so fast. I have a theory that the block plan is actually a bit of a time warp, and you get so wrapped up in those three and half weeks that you forget that time actually means another month has gone by while you were busy with statistics or evolutionary psych or linear algebra. The time definitely flies by – my experiential learning adventures in India seemed so far off in the future, and suddenly I leave in three weeks!
For now, I’m going to go enjoy the sun before it disappears again.