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Outside of the classroom, there's a lot going on at Fisher.  As I've mentioned in prior posts, I've been busy busy busy.  Technically, I can only speak for myself . . . but, in this case, I'll confidently go on record to say it's not just me . . . we're all extremely busy.  Busy in a good way.
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This year I have a new approach to class work and managing time. Instead of signing up for group projects which are due the last 2 weeks of class, I signed up for one which is due on Wednesday and throughout the quarter. My theory in all of this is that if I spread out the work, I will be able to more fully dedicate my time and energy to each project and my exams as they come up instead of splitting all of my brain power amongst 10 different things at the end of the quarter.
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I think what we have are the following:
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Well yesterday was quite eventful on campus. Two Bulls got loose from the vet hospital. And yes, I emphasize the word bull because they were in fact bulls, NOT cows. Quick agriculture lesson for those who may not have grown up on a farm. Bulls are in-tact male cattle and cows are female cattle who have calved. Heifers are females who have not calved, and steers are males who are no longer in-tact. Anyway, it created quite the stir across campus, and after one bull jumped on a police car, both were contained and taken back to the vet hospital.
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Well, sorry for the delayed/overdue post. It's been a really busy week. Nevertheless, here I am, writing a blog about my life.