02
Jul
08

Echo..Echo…

The first week of summer makes the campus feel empty. By the second week however, it is bustling with new students going through orientation. This is always really neat to see, parents and students knowing that this is big step in life.

I’ve found myself reflecting a bit. I can put myself back into those shoes of orientation and moving into the dorms. I feel like I’ve grown so much since that point. I feel like I could tackle most things that life could throw at me. Engineering itself has taught me a method of problem solving that is priceless, but being in the student groups and going through co-op has taught me to be a leader. Seeing this change in myself is remarkable and seeing it in others is inspirational. The university experience is one that is so useful if done correctly.

I’ll admit it, engineering is not for those weak in the mind or heart. It often takes many sacrifices in time, but in the end what you learn by making these sacrifices far outweighs a full schedule of the stereotypical student. Thus, it is worth every drop of time spent.

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