Scott Hardie | November 6, 2001
O glorious day... Today I learned three wonderful things. First, I learned that I could graduate in May 2002. I thought it would be pushed back to December 2002 or May 2003, but it's actually May 2002 after all. I'm on schedule. Second, I learned that I only need to take four classes next spring to do it. I need a writing course, a social sciences course, a world literature course, and any elective I want. I also have to do my Senior Project, but that won't take long. Third, I can schedule all of these classes on Tuesday and Thursday. My class schedule for the spring will be 9:30-1:45 Tuesday and Thursday, with an extra class on Tuesday evening. Woo hoo!


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