Jazzman’s is running out of pumpkin flavored coffee… during pumpkin season nonetheless. I feel bad for all those people who need it to get by.
When clubs work so hard to put on events for the student body and no one shows up; not even the club’s own members. What’s the point of joining a club if you’re not interested in attending events, or willing to suggest new ones? To all the members of organizations- you have a commitment to fulfill.
Rev Run visited UNH!! This inspirational man awed students in the crowd, and reminded us to make happiness a priority. “Respect yourself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves you, grows you or makes you happy.”
International Week featured so many ethnic foods to celebrate the different cultures of our world and student body. From Taste of the World with Japanese, Russian, and Danish (the country, not the pastry) food, Coffee Hour, an international themed dinner in Bartels (surprisingly decent), and Paella Night at Jeffrey’s Fusion, it was tempting to skip classes and meetings to get some of this awesome food.
With registration over, some stress has subsided. On the other hand, being waitlisted for classes can be a new stressor on its own, not to mention that some classes on banner didn’t even have a waitlist enabled. Now it’s time to start focusing on finals, projects, essays, and all those other thrilling last minute details before the semester comes to a close.