As the midterm approaches the weather starts to cool, the wind blows on our faces while walking to class, and the leaves starts to fall. I could not help but think, that this will be my last fall season at USG.
I have started working part time as a marketing and communications intern and I am already missing my student life. Many significant changes in my routine have made me more thankful of the school years I have spent. Things I will miss are from my usual student messy sweaters, hoodies and messy bun to more sophisticated, corporate clothing. From eating my favorite junk food at the Green Grove cafe and hanging out in the cafeteria to now packing lunch and eating at my desk while at work. I must say, just like the season, the transition has started.
The other day I took aside some time before my 9:30 a.m. class and went to the library to just sit and study. As I passed through the boardwalk, I got excited for the new Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (BSE) building. I never had a chance to study in there, but I am sure the incoming students will enjoy it. It looks like a sparkling jewelry box right now. I envy the new students who would get to study there. As the end of the semester approaches, I am looking forward to spending as much quality time with my classmates and professors as possible. These connections will last for years. It will be sad to leave USG in December when I graduate. So for now I will enjoy every last minute I have here on campus.