Tag: Environmental Physics

  • Only at MUST: St. Pat’s Break

    Today was another amazing 70+ degree Spring day. In fact, I wore flip flops for the first time this season! I also have painted toenails for the first time since… a year and a half ago. I used to not be able to stand my toes unpainted, but then I got used to it. You […]

  • First Impressions: Spring 2010

    My second day of classes are finished! (I only had one today and a lot less anxiety. Phew.) I think this week is going by slow even though it’s only Tuesday. Is that bad? Now that I’ve been to all four of my classes, I’m going to tell you my first impressions of each… (I […]

  • Spring Semester 2010

    Today marked the beginning of yet another semester. Can you sense the excitement in my voice writing? I’m not used to having such a short break, as in 4-5 weeks, in-between semesters. The last time I went straight from Fall to Spring was in 2007-2008. Then I had a break in Summer 2008 (kind of, […]

  • AU vs. MUST

    Yesterday I had an advising meeting for Spring 2010 with my advisor at MUST. I’m glad he is understanding and laid back. I also re-applied at AU (for what, the 3rd time?) online. Good thing it’s free. Today I registered for 12 hours at MUST for Spring 2010. Genetics, Ecology, Environmental Physics, and Modern Western […]