I was watching Netflix trying to fall asleep, when sirens started going off. As usual, I thought it was part of the movie. Nope. So I realize it's probably not a drill and I am wearing boxers and my tshirt. So I scrambled to get my keys and coat and figured if there was anything it would be not on my floor. As I walk out the door, I looked down my hallway and couldn't see! I thought it was smoke and freaked out. We all moved to Science and found out some pipes or something broke. My room is fine, but two doors down is destroyed and it began leaking to the rooms below. It's terrible and some of my friends now have to deal with half their room gone! Why do terrible things always happen at one in the morning?
Yesterday we had an inter-professional collaboration day at CSS between the OT/PT students. Since we both put on pro bono clinics during the week, we tend to get a lot of overlap of patients coming to our school for both services. Before yesterday, we had never considered collaborating with the other profession to discuss patients that we both see. This was a great experience because in the therapy, we tend to collaborate quite frequently between professions and to get a head start and know what to expect is an amazing experience!
There are so many places to see in Duluth I am sad it's already my senior year! I started taking advantage of Evolve fitness studio on Superior street for some Hot Yoga in the mornings.
Today I attended a little event at the Somers Lounge to celebrate the 100 day countdown till graduation date. It was really cool to see and chat with some of the same students that I had met during the first semester of my freshman year and see how they've changed. Not to mention, it was a good opportunity to get some valuable advice on the transition into the real world after graduation from the Financial Aid, Student Affairs and Alumni Relations staff members. It's nice to know that all of us seniors are in the same boat and we're lucky to have such great help here at CSS to guide us in planning our futures.
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