Midterms are over. Fall Break kicks off right as my last class of the day ends, which means come 3:50, I have no responsibilities until next Wednesday. Well, ok, scratch that, I still have a few things to do this long weekend. I'm heading back to Manhattan, my hometown, tomorrow so I can get started on a fundraiser for European Choir Tour (I need to do a big fundraiser if I expect to put a dent in the $3000 dollar cost for that trip), and I have to report in to my new job as a dinner cook on Tuesday, and I of course have reading and maybe other homework for classes before Wednesday. But right now, I need this break, and it couldn't start on a better day.It's beautiful outside where I sit and type this blog post, the first day of sunshine in I don't know how long. It's nice enough to walk around without a coat, and I even caught myself breaking a sweat as I trekked across campus to check my mail (although was met with bitter disappointment as I realized my package hasn't yet arrived).I feel like I've been on overdrive since school started. Right off the bat I had to balance school and the play, and since the play ended I've been rushing to catch up with all the work I may have somewhat neglected during the run of the show. And this week, just as I catch up, I had midterms to plow through (largely successfully I might add), and now FALL FREAKIN' BREAK BABY!!!!!!It's gonna be a good one.
Bethel College is a four-year, private, primarily residential, liberal arts college. Students may participate in campus spiritual life, fine arts activities, sports and more than 50 clubs and organizations. Bethel’s academic buildings, including its historic Administration Building, the Krehbiel Science Center and the James A. Will Family Academic Center, are clustered around the Green, an open grassy area where students gather. The college year consists of fall and spring semesters, a January interterm and a summer term.