Monthly Archives: November 2011
Sucks that we only got one more freshman seminar class. This class isn’t really like a class, it’s more like a get together and chat thing. It’s fun and all except for the parts when Karen asks us the question of the week, and we have to think. We should have a party and maybe even take some pics. O=
So. I like Baruch. My experience so far in Baruch has been pretty good. All this free time to just hang out and classes that aren’t too hard. The thing i have about Baruch is that it’s a “vertical campus.” If by vertical campus they mean it’s a vertical building, then all other colleges also have vertical campuses. o.o” “Vertical Campus” seems like just an excuse to cover up the fact that they don’t really have a campus which kinda sucks. Other than that my experience at Baruch has been pretty fun, just meeting new people and chilling during club hours.
So far it’s pretty good. I’m still meeting new people and having new experiences. I’m working on my lateness problem, and had to drop pre cal because of it. I’m worried about getting a bad schedule next semester because I’m registering so late. Finals are coming and I’m a little scared… But after finals are done, there’s a really long break in between semesters … Yay
Oh no! Freshman seminar is almost over! ): It sucks to know that because it was probably the only class I enjoyed going to except for being the earliest class of my week. I really liked that it was really small instead of a huge group. Baruch has been a lot of ups and downs so far. Though mostly it reminds me a lot of how things were like in high school for me there’s a different aura of being in college now that is really fun. The professors are really helpful except for maybe a few that I still need to learn to catch up with. I’m still not used to how different their teaching and learning methods are like even though it’s been a couple months already. I really like study groups and the help from the people I’ve met. I’ve even met someone from my middle school that I never knew back then. I also really like the clubs, the three day weekend every week, and the dollar pizza for lunch. I can’t wait to meet more people and learn different things. Hope we all still keep in touch! (:
Baruch now is better for me than it was the first day. I feel like I know what to expect out of the rest of the year and what challenges I’m going to face. The difficult thing is going to be getting over those challenges – mostly staying motivated in class. What worries me now is that because I have a crappy registration time, I won’t get the classes I want and that’ll just make me less interested in school. One of the things I like best so far is AIESEC, the club I’m in. I’ve met a ton of people through that club and I’ve been able to chill with them a lot. I also really like the pizza in the cafeteria cause there’s lots of toppings and it’s less than $3. By now I’m not really focusing on the things that I don’t like about Baruch. I’ve talked to some of my best friends about their colleges, that aren’t commuter schools, and their schools don’t seem that amazing either. So far college hasn’t been what I hoped it would be but I’m expecting it to get better. Freshman seminar has been an interesting experience. There have been both positive and negative aspects to it.
Honestly, this is exactly what i expected college to be. When I was little I used to wonder about how college would be, about how being a big girl would be. Now I’m here and it is actually happening. I think the best part about having a dream is seeing it come true. My dreams came true! I always pictured myself in the city and taking trains and being independent. At this point in time I can say that I am living my dream. It sounds so childish, but it’s true. Anyway, kids are the ones who always have faith and they are the ones that dream on with no doubts in mind. College is already so much of an experience. The professors, the atmosphere, the people that I meet; it’s all so new and interesting. Also, I have to say that I like Freshman Seminar. I have made so many new friends and our advisors are so wonderful. Imagine if we had to start off college alone like normal? We’d just be thrown into a sea of crazy and then the stress would come down like bricks! (^o^) No thanks. I’m thankful for this experience, thankful that i can go to college, thankful for my family who continues to support me, and I am thankful for life.
Hi guys I guess this will be the last blog post since we only have two more classes
i really enjoyed our freshman seminar, small homie class. I really gained a lot a new info from this class that i will hopefully be able to pass down to the new coming freshmans next year.
So what I like about Baruch so far, three day weekend (everybody enjoys that), the fact that I thought the core curriculum classes would all be boring but ended up being really good and useful (except for music), freshman seminar, and the club activities. what i dont like about baruch is that it’s a commuter school so it’s hard to make connections with people unless you really engage in the school activities. oh i also like the libraries and especially the scenarios where people take up two sofa chairs to sleep
That’s about it. I hope we all keep in touch even after this semester ends!