It’s that time of the year?

It is that time of the year quarter. There is so much going on both in my classes and out that I can hardly find time. Last week was one of my favorite weeks of the quarter, Worldfest week. Worldfest is a celebration of diversity and culture where there are many events on campus. On Thursday there was a big set-up of booths on McMicken commons with all the different student groups offering information, dancing, and of course, food. Yesterday was “Taste of India,” a fundraiser with free Indian food which benefits AID (Association for India’s Development). You can see the Worldfest schedule here: http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.asp?id=8181

Aside from the out of class activities, my classes have been keeping me busy. I have been working on a report about Photodynamic Therapy. I have actually enjoyed researching this topic because it has some promise in the fields of cancer, AIDS, and macular degeneration. I had exams last week in my Controls and Statistics classes. I’m happy to have those out of the way. I spent so much time studying in the past week that I was very relieved for the weekend.

I feel like the weekend just began but it is already Sunday! I think my studies are calling me…


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