The Week Four Train Is Rolling

Good morning everyone! Happy Wednesday!

Just like that, it’s already the fourth week of the semester. This semester has been steadily picking up some serious momentum. As a fifth-year student, it’s mind boggling because I still have so much to do and the college hour glass is starting to run out of grain.

I’ve re-established my daily routine this semester, as part of an adjustment to not playing collegiate sports. I’ve been waking up a lot earlier, getting more course work done in the mornings, and investing my time around friends. With all the extra free time that I have now since I’m not playing college sports, I’ve been slowly transforming my wardrobe, daily habits (I find myself reading more and doodling on my own free time), and I’ve taken more interest in learning more about different things. I just didn’t expect to be making these adjustments, but I’m just rolling with it.

This weekend I will be heading out to NYC with fellow ambassador/roommate Dylan, and I’m excited because I haven’t been to NYC my entire life. Also one of the other things I’ve been trying to do before I wrap things up in Rochester is to explore as much of Rochester and New York as I can. As the assignments, projects, and meetings start to pile up, I’ll be knocking them out and enjoying being in the Big Apple.



About Skip

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Framingham, Mass.

Why I chose RIT: RIT has strong academic programs to go along with a wonderfully energetic student body! I love the fact that after two years at RIT I still meet new people every day.   

Clubs/Activities: RIT Baseball Team, Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

Hobbies/Interests: Reading, hanging out with friends and being active. 

What I like best about RIT: I absolutely love how there’s ALWAYS something to do on and off campus every single day. I like to be constantly doing something, and RIT provides fun events to attend with fun people!

Favorite T.V. Shows: “Burn Notice,” “Scrubs” and “Suits.”

Fun fact about me: I love sleeping more than anything. 

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