Archive for March, 2010

Next Semester is Coming Fast!

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I parked at school last week next to a large beat up van. On the window the owner painted, “5 Mill O.B.O.” It made me feel like I was at college with real students. So many people opt for these refined pieces of chrome nowadays, but now my dented gray automobile fit right in.
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news I missed the deadline for transferring SCF Foundation Scholarships, but if you’re a student continuing at SCF next semester you still have until April 1, yes that is seven days away! There are also private foundation scholarships available that have varying deadlines, with the earliest being March 31. I know it feels like no time to consider next semester when this one is just half over, but don’t miss the deadline like I did.�
Well my scatterbrain has more homework to do, including a few scholarship applications- know anyone who would write me a letter of recommendation?

what is it about this semester?

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Is the health care debate wearing me down? Is it the recent norovirus flu I had that is messing me up? Am I lazy? overloaded/worked? anxious to graduate? What is it that is causing me to fall behind is just about EVERYTHING! Am I just looking for a way to not do work, or am I really overloaded with work? I feel stressed out,

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and I swear I am doing the best I can.

I never tried to push myself to the limit, though. I never added more and more on until it was too much. Thus, I have not known just how much I could handle until now. This, of course, is pertaining to responsibilities of work/school load. Trust me, I have had heavy loads before – as we all have. It seems heavy loads is a way of life.

I try to balance my responsibilities vs. entertainment. It seems responsibilities are so great and in such large quantities that I have no entertainment time; and yet, I force entertainment time. I refuse to not be entertained.

I apologize for being quiet this month. I am doing what I can.

Pizza with the President on the Venice campus has been cancelled at this time. It was supposed to be Tuesday, March 23rd. I have not heard of a new date yet.

I hope no one else feels stressed like I do from the work load. Six more weeks left; that’s all! (Seven if you include Finals week.)

I am graduating this semester, but it feels so far away even though it is seven weeks away.

This blog seems just as sporadic as my semester is/has been.

“Portal: A door, or entrance”

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SCF has added a new facet to their website called SCFconnect, or The Portal. I personally like the word portal better, because it makes me think of teleporting myself. In a sense, the new portal does just that. When I first logged into the new system and looked around, it struck me: there is so much that SCF was doing that I didn’t know about!

The first thing that stuck out was the email. I didn’t have to sign into my email account separate, it was right there in a box on the screen! When I get a bill from my car insurance company, however, this isn’t quite as exciting. Then I switched tabs to the Student section. I found a lot of helpful links, like Angel is there front and center. I’m told that we won’t have to log in to Angel anymore either, once they progress to the second step of SCFconnect.

The part that I really geeked out on was the announcements in the Student section. I scrolled down and saw info about the Student Wellness Program, which I’d heard about but never gave it much thought. It turns out you can participate in health events (exercise, fundraiser walks, dental cleanings, etc) and earn points which you turn in at the end of the semester for prize drawings and tuition drawings! Turns out I do need to clean

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my teeth every few years, and I love to exercise. I literally got out a notebook and starting taking notes on this program.

To further my journey was the Student Finances area that had a really helpful little spot for financial aid. Actually the whole page had FAFSA facts, deadlines, and links to SCF foundation scholarships which I was amazed to find so many listings of scholarships available. They’re available to students transferring out of SCF as well!! Deadlines for that are April 1, 2010 and March 14, 2010 respectively.

Then I went to the Library tab, where I found the online databases right there for everyone to see. Not hidden away anymore, within a series of clicks and quirks. Ah, researching will now be a breeze.

The last section is the My Tab. Hehe. I was able to go in (under the tiny link at the top called ‘content layout’) and put the “Word of the Day” in there, the Wellness Program, and the weather. I religiously check the weather every morning, so that will be handy. I just have to figure out how to paste a picture of myself in the middle of the screen now.

Oh man, I could talk about the portal for quite awhile. The new change was a fantastic one. I can’t wait to see how else they fine tune it, and what else will be added. I’m sure I’ll have more to say, once I stumble onto the other points of the portal. In the mean time, it will be 74 degrees on Monday, and I won’t be stranded indoors. Mwhahaa.

Brett Favre and a Fairival

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I have decided to cancel all plans today, save classes and work. Any other activities planned for today will have to reschedule. Today will be a catch-up day. I have been behind in my courses for a little bit now, and I have put off catching up for too long. Ugh, I think I’m going to play a game instead. I don’t want to do school work. We’ll see… So this must be what Brett Favre feels like…

ALL YOU CAN EAT PIZZA!! During Spring Fling (Wednesday, March 3rd), on the Venice Campus, SGA will be offering all you can eat pizza for $5 from 11.30 to 12.30. The money will be used for the Haitian Relief Fund. The money will be handed over to the Red Cross for proper disbursement of the funds raised.

Speaking of Spring Fling, the theme this year for the Venice Campus is a Fairival. If you have not figured it out already, it is a cross between a Fair and a Carnival. Clubs are free to advertisements their clubs as they wish – within the means of student conduct. Entertainment is going to be great: A live DJ, Rock Climbing,

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Massive SpaceShip Slides, Obstacle Course, among others. We are having another ICC meeting this Friday at Noon, so more information might come from that meeting.

There is an Open House for the college and clubs on Tuesday, March 2nd, from 5-7pm. For the Venice Campus, this will take place in the Selby room in building 800.

Also, On Thursday, March 4th, there will be a School Tax Referendum debate in the Selby room at 11am. If you wish to learn more about, or debate the school tax referendum, then feel welcome to show up. If you wish to learn more about it before attending, go ahead and Google ‘Sarasota County School Tax Referendum.’ That should provide you with some formation on it. And please, be sure your source is credible.

Keep an eye out in the future for more exciting stuff. The students have some great ideas this year, and everyone should be able to easily find something they will enjoy. Is Flag Football still happening? I’ll try and find out. I know they have one today from 1-3 behind the amphitheatre on the Venice Campus. I will find out if it is going to continue. Money raised for Haiti so far: $668 (Venice Campus). Good job, everyone! Keep it up.

Zoning Already

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     I can almost hear the bells jingling for us to run out of our classes, throwing books, papers, and other paraphernalia up into the air because Spring break is coming!  Oh wait, we still have one more week of that last test or paper that every professor wants to squeeze in.  While I like taking classes, I do find myself on brain overload.  The one week down time to let every thought and equation run out of your ears and onto the sand is welcomed.  The sand I’m referring to will be at the beach, where I’ll hopefully get rid of my pallid hue that makes me look like a northerner.  So let’s plug in for one more jolt through this week.  No getting lazy now.  Then we can all come back on the 15th with blank slates.  I mean, with fresh minds.