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It’s 2:00 AM and I’m at Stevenson Library. On my right are five research papers, newly printed and stapled. On my left is my planner, covered in writing. My head’s buzzing with all the stuff I have to do and I’m trying to keep everything under control. And one thought above all: College is so much harder than I thought it was.
Posted by Sophia Druffner on March 7, 2016 in Academics, Blair School of Music, Books, College Life, College of Arts and Science, Commons, Dining, Freshman Life, Health Care, Learning Style, Music, Pre-Med, Student Life, Studying, Undergraduate Research, BYX, GenChem, General Chemistry, Late Night Studying, Munchie Mart, Munchie Marts, My Vanderbilt Experience, Phi Lamb, sigma phi lambda, Stevenson, studying
Thus ends the first semester of my freshman year. I was my high school valedictorian and I failed three tests. I’m so completely ungraceful that I opened a door once and fell over; I learned to swing dance. I would have described myself as an “introvert” before coming to college; I’ve discovered I LOVE people.
Posted by Sophia Druffner on December 23, 2015 in Academics, Admissions, Blair School of Music, College Life, College of Arts and Science, Commons, Culture, Dance, Diversity, Exams, Extracurriculars, Freshman Life, Music, New Year, Pre-Med, Religious Life, Service, Student Life, Student Organizations, Year in Review, Blair School of Music, Centennial Park, Frassati, Habitat for Humanity, hillel, Nashville Dolphins, Swing Dancing, university catholic, universitycatholic, W.O. Smith Music School
Just as we get settled back in, we leave again. But even in the campus chaos that is the time between breaks, I can’t help but be thankful (maybe it’s the contagious holiday spirit, or maybe it’s the fact that Vanderbilt is just literally my favorite place on Earth).