The Perks of Being a Junior:
- I don't have class until noon on MWF and 4 PM on TuTh. This means a more flexible work schedule and more sleep. (Sleep is more valuable than money in college, let me tell ya.)
- I get to park beside the dorm, instead of across the street or behind the dorm.
- I chose a first floor room this year, so no crazy stair climbing.
- I'm president of The Christina Rossetti Society (est. 1955) so I get to plan fun things and be on Student Council.
- As an upperclassman, I know what's up. Though college as a whole is a scary transition time, freshman year is the worst. As a junior, at least I know what's expected of me.
- I get to help out freshmen as they transition into the crazy awesome adventure we call college.
- Did I MENTION I get to sleep in!?
- Being nearly done with my gen. ed classes.
- Getting to take classes like Shakespeare, Early American Literature, and Daniel and Revelation. (Which is my first 400 level class!)
- The end is in sight. Kind of. If I survive this semester.