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What I’ve Learned In…

First Year Focus:
1. There are occasionally some interesting news articles.
2. Uhm… There are occasionally some interesting news articles.

Biology:
1. Some of the best words you’ll ever hear in a classroom are, “…but you don’t need to know that.”
2. There are 26 (!) Fibonacci spirals in the brain.

Life of Christ:
1. How to start World War III.
2. Having a good eye was a Jewish idiom for being generous, and having an evil eye was a Jewish idiom for being stingy.

Western Civilization:
1. A profession that is guaranteed to earn you good money is the Mafia.
2. The 100 Years War actually lasted 115 years.

Archery:
1. I’m not cut out to be a hunter; shooting with cold fingers is miserable.
2. How to use a bow, of course.

Introduction to Fine Arts:
1. What makes a student an honors student is knowing how to procrastinate properly.
2. Tragicomedy is a real word with a real meaning.

The Library:
1. You can never find the same pencil or pen two days in a row.
2. I think I want to be a librarian.

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4 thoughts on “What I’ve Learned In…

  1. Good list, Zella. And fyi, never ask a professor, “Do we have to know this?” or, “Is this going to be on the test?” Trust me. LOL.

    And exactly how does one procrastinate properly?

  2. “What makes a student an honors student is knowing how to procrastinate properly.”

    So very true! (My roommate insists that even in highschool, AP classes were for “Advanced Procrastinators.”)

    ~LS.

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