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Probably the craziest semester I’ve had!

March 30th, 2015 ddluu15

Hi Friends, Quick update:


Sorry for the overdue update, but this is probably the craziest semester I’ve ever taken in terms of the amount of work I’ve received. Part of it is due to my immunology class, but the amount of knowledge I gain from it is well worth it. The other part is trying to assemble cover letters and resumes so that I can actually apply to job! Oh boy. Then I need to add my research and I have compile a theses and a talk together to present all the work I’ve done over the past 3 years in Professor Webster’s lab.  I’m also doing a big project for a site that will probably be built in a year or two (long after I’m gone unfortunately) and I’ll tell you guys about those details later! I’ve been having trouble managing all of it, but that’s okay because I just sacrifice some sleep. Sometimes when I’m super stressed I procrastinate sometimes, okay maybe more than I should be! (hence why I’m writing this). The typical senior semester isn’t supposed to be as hectic academically for a lot of my peers and friends but I chose this myself and I’m not regretting it yet.

Despite the craziness that has been overwhelming, I’ve been taking some of the best classes I’ve had this semester and I’ve been to some great places. I’ve had some amazing food. I also chatted with many of my friends online and caught up with them while playing games together. As soon as I crush some big projects and upcoming exams I’m going to try and start applying for jobs and writing cover letters. I want to then try and write some more detailed blogs, but I don’t know how well that will come from it, haha. That’s it for my updates now, if you need to contact me personally with any questions regarding senior life, please don’t hesitate with emailing me at ddluu15(at)! I’m graduating so soon, and it’s scary not knowing exactly what I’m doing yet, but I don’t even have the time to be worried and scared because I have so much I already have to do for classes!




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