Wait..it’s February already?!?!?!


This year has already flown by for me! It is hard to believe it is February right now, but it is even harder to believe that in exactly 100 days I will be walking on the stage and receiving my college diploma. It is hard to believe that I have been here four and half years already. I am sure that as I am speaking of graduation, some of you are excited for your own graduation from high school too! I attended the graduation fair today to get information on what will be happening, what I still need to do and make sure that I am all set on my part to be a smooth and successful day when my family comes to town!

This talk of graduation has kept me busy and this past weekend was the Freezefest and I attended the Extreme Pogo event where stunt experts showed us their cool backflips and stunts that they did on their pogo! It was amazing to watch!

Doing a backflip over the volunteers from the audience

Preparing to do a backflip over the volunteers from the audience.

As I have mentioned it is hard for me to believe it is February because it seems like yesterday I was on Christmas Break and now spring break is coming up soon! But first, I have projects and presentations to do before I can begin my spring break.

Speaking of projects and presentations, I better get started on them.

‘Til next time, have a wonderful and fantastic February!




About Stephen

Name: Stephen Sweet

Major: Civil Engineering Technology

Hometown: Adrian, Mich.

Why I Chose RIT: I chose RIT because of the large hard-of-hearing and deaf population. RIT's strong accreditation program for my major was another factor why I chose to come to RIT.

Clubs/Activities: Cued Speech Club, RIT American Society of Civil Engineers, RIT Cost Estimating Team, RIT Rock Climbing Club and RIT Country Line Dancing Club.

Hobbies/Interests: Reading, riding motorcycles, fixing cars/vehicles, working out, hanging out with friends. Anything that keeps me busy!

What I like Best About RIT: The best part of RIT is the ability to interact with deaf and hard-of-hearing people as well as hearing people all on one campus. The opportunities I get at RIT as a result of these interactions are second to none.

Favorite T.V. Show: “Hawaii Five-0,” “Person of Interest” and “Big Bang Theory.”

Fun Fact About Me: I competed in a Tough Mudder obstacle course event in Ohio this past spring.

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