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Yes, I did just reference High School Musical because I’m feeling nostalgic, even though I’ve only been away from Vandy for a few hours. My last exam ended at 9 pm yesterday, and I officially checked out of my room around 1 pm today :(
Things have truly come full circle. I am currently cruising at an altitude of 35,000 ft as I draft my last post of the semester. For those of you who don’t know, before I started blogging for Inside ‘Dores, I actually kept a personal. I started this blog back in August, on my way to...
After an extensive review of applications, the Inside ‘Dores exec board selected eight new bloggers for the 2011-12 academic year. Below you’ll find their self-authored bios. I am incredibly excited to read their work next year! So without further ado… Welcome our newest Inside ‘Dores bloggers!
Posted by Kylie Stanley on May 2, 2011 in Academics, Freshman Life, Academics, choosing Vanderbilt, College Life, college of arts and science, commodores, Freshman Life, friends, Greek Life, melodores, Nashville, off campus, on campus events, social life, Student Life, student organizations, Vanderbilt
I am worn out. Not from finals though, but from tumbling for the last hour. My floor went to a gymnastics center about 15 minutes away for an “open gym,” which allowed us to pretty much do whatever we wanted on the equipment, as long as we were safe.
Today, I am moving out of Stambaugh House. I never thought this day would come. Moving out of the Commons is bittersweet. How has an entire year already come and gone? It seems like just yesterday that I moved in. Unfortunately, the move-out process is a little more arduous than the move-in process.
Since I’m almost done with my first year at Vandy (STILL can’t believe it), I figured I would give any high school seniors out there my two cents about freshman year, more specifically, what NOT to freak out about:
Finals week has once again struck Vanderbilt as you’ve probably seen from the posts of my fellow bloggers. This, combined with the ever-looming task of packing and making sure everything is in order for the end of the year means that every once and a while, a study break is essential.
It’s that time of year. All college students dread it. As the weather warms, the work load builds, culminating in one week of hell (better known as finals). Although finals are incredibly stressful and intense, Vanderbilt has done some awesome things to ensure that the stress level of the overall student body is kept in...
I’m officially done with one of my four classes! I’m about to turn in my research paper for my American Studies writing seminar Food for Thought (I think it’s actually the same one Erica took last semester).
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m living in a Mayfield next year. We had our Mayfield Orientation tonight, which consisted of ice-breaking, team building, and elections, not to mention delicious catered food.