If this is your first year at Simon’s Rock, you may be wondering what to expect when it comes to midterms. Maybe you’ve heard horror stories from older siblings or friends, or maybe you’re not worried at all. Either way, here are some things I wish I’d been told before my first round of midterms.
It was probably around month two (May) of quarantine when I realized I was pissed at the world. I mean, I was stuck at home, almost done with school, without prospects of a summer job, and I hadn’t even been able to club on my eighteenth birthday. My internal frustration led to a cycle of egocentric bitterness; I was beginning to believe COVID was out there to specifically ruin my life.
In honor of National Coming Out Day (October 11th), I decided to compile a list of songs representing the LGBTQ+ community. Some are more self-explanatory than others, but all of them have something to do with an underrepresented sexuality or gender identity. You can find the playlist here, and I hope you enjoy.
Keeping yourself organized is probably the single most difficult thing about being a college student. With no parents or teachers on your case about finishing assignments and turning them in, keeping track of everything can be overwhelming. So how do I manage it all, you ask? Here are 3 great tools you can use to keep yourself organized.