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Student Blogs | Metelleklang Kevin Iyechad

Posted on February 8, 2013 at 2:47 pm

It’s midterm week! There are papers to write, exams to pass. Oh, wait! Not for me! All my classes are business classes this quarter, and all of them have tri-term exams instead of midterm exams. Woohoo! Like a boss!

Yet there are still so many things I gotta do. Homework assignments from upper division classes take a little bit more tender loving care, and I used most of my Sunday spending time with them. That’s just school life.

Being a part of Student Association (SA) this year (as the Financial Vice President) has kept me on my feet. There was our SA Japanese Game Show night on Saturday, the SA Super Bowl Party on Sunday, our weekly SA team meeting on Monday, putting up tuition posters around campus on Tuesday, writing checks since payday is Thursday, and paying bills for upcoming events like the SA Banquet.

The beauty of midterms week is that we get a day off: Friday! What a blessing. It’s nice to have a day off, and I appreciate a school that understands how burned out I am, midterm exams or not. Yet there are still things to look forward to! This weekend is the Business Club’s annual Ski Trip to Lake Tahoe! Oh yeah! Now here’s to hoping that I don’t sleep through my alarm ... again.

Metelleklang Kevin Iyechad
Junior, Business Administration