The semester is crawling to a close, and keep in mind that those books can be turned into cold, hard cash. The book store is open from 9 to 3 this week, and then it’ll be open at 8:30 for finals week. One thing I learned is some books are of value, even if you didn’t buy them at school. Got a couple you’ve never used, and want to trade in? Try it out, they may be worth money.
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This morning, the thermometer in my Jeep read -16, and I read online that the windchill is somewhere around -40. When it’s this cold, one simply needs to adapt to the weather and acknowledge the risks. Here are a few pointers I have picked up over my few years in Duluth:
I got my campus ministry gift bag today. The gift bag is full of goodies for finals week. My parents always send me one through campus ministry. It’s always nice to have some extra study food.
This is a picture of the senate office on this wonderful Wednesday! It’s a busy place that is open to all students on campus to sit and eat lunch and just hang out! There is a keurig with coffee, tea, and hot chocolate that is free and available for all students to stop and get! This is just one of the many perks to the senate office!
For those thinking about history and looking at some of those 3 hour classes or seminars, my advice is sign up! I know weird right? But these classes have been the most beneficial for learning and preparing me for the real world. These classes also allow you to to get to know your professor and fellow students! And food is provided on occasion! Like Pizza Luce!