"No more classes, no more books..."
As we launch into the last week of classes, I can't help but feel giddy. Spring is (finally) in the air, the clouds have withheld their downpours (let's see if it was just in honor of Mother's Day), and I'm beginning to see the light at the end of this very long and exhausting tunnel (yes, I know some cliches, and I'm not afraid to use 'em!).
Of course, don't start throwing out your books just yet. We still have this week to get through...but think of it this way: for those of you who have one paper due after another, be grateful you don't have too many finals. And for those students with a bombardment of finals in the upcoming weeks, bear in mind that studying (in my experience) takes up less time than researching and writing lengthy papers. For those unfortunate souls who have a share in both categories, just keep reminding yourselves, it'll all be over soon. You can reward yourselves when it's all over. And then the cycle will begin anew in the Fall : ) That is, unless you are one of BC's lucky graduating seniors. Which brings me to...
Farewell and congratulations to our graduating interns! The office will not be the same without your scrabble challenges, random philosophical questions, and Japanese game show videos. Best of luck with whatever the future holds in store for you!