Graduation is upon us (well, me at least), and it’s down to the final stretch.
This final stretch is a gauntlet of poison arrows, giant axes swinging back and fourth, and probably a bunch of ugly naked people.
–8am Philosophy 120 class canceled (That’s a good thing though)
-Turn in my research progress for History 188, which is a BINDER of “TPS reports” (Like from Office Space) detailing what I’ve looked at, where I found it, how useful it is to the overall project, and so forth.
–Book review on the Richard Townsend book The Aztecs due for Philosophy 2.
-Final Rough Draft due for History 100, which is at least 15 pages.
-Presentation on the Richard Townsend book The Aztecs at 11:00-11:30
-Morpheme analysis for Dinosaurs due for Linguistics 10
-Being peer pressured into going camping
-8 to 10 page paper on the Sassoun Massacre due for Armenian History 108b (I have yet to even start this)
-Final draft due for History 100
-Final analysis paper on Dinosaurs due for Linguistics 10
-The final kick in the nuts for my last semester of undergraduate coursework: Three final exams, all of which from the three classes that actually give hard tests. I only have four actual exams as it is, and the other one is on May 12th…but that’s not really going to be a hard test.
Putting everything into perspective, it’s not that bad really. Maybe I was stressing out for nothing.
Either way, I need to actually do some work now, lest I get caught up doing internet bullshit for the rest of the night.