Spring Break & Spring Fling

Aahh, vacation, you leave us so quickly. :(

Alas, the time has come for classes to resume. I already miss my dear bed and my video games and my books. And my fish, I did a lot of betta fish things over break. But those days are over! For a couple more months, at least. For anybody getting too nostalgic for our mini-vacation, the school did through the Spring Fling!

Did any of you attend this? It was a really fun event! I wasn’t able to stay for the whole thing because of classes, but I caught two of their live music performances. The first one I caught was the Jazz Band, which was fantastic. It was only instrumental, they

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had a couple of pieces where there was singing. I sadly missed the names of the singers, but they sounded great. While Jazz Band was performing, I went ahead and got one of the free funnel cakes. It was (thankfully!!) nice and small. Tasty fair food in more manageable portions, very good. I had to leave for class after the Jazz Band packed up, but when I returned there was a rock band playing. They did some covers and some original pieces, all of which sounded awesome. I’m glad I was able to visit this! I was with friends so I didn’t really get around to the booths, but there were a lot of cool things set-up. For example, you could make your own flip-flops.

And to top it all off, the Bloodmobile was at the school as well!

I hope you guys were able to visit at least one of these places! If you did, tell us your favorite part in an email to studentblog@scf.edu, we’d love to hear from you!

A College Education

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The light shining on Africa right now with this situation has made me think a lot about the contrast between other countries and here in America. There are kids, teens, and even adults that struggle on a day to day basis to find water fit to drink, or food that hasn’t gone bad or won’t make them sick. It’s astonishing to me to think that it could just as easily be us in the same situation. As a college student, I sometimes do take my education for granted… As a matter of fact, I think we all

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Some people say school is expensive, and not worth the hassle. I strongly disagree. We are fronting money to the economy, and the interest we earn back will be a hundred fold! An education is not something that can be taken away from you. It is the most prized possession one can wish to acquire.

The purpose of this blog, to me, is to try to convey to you, my audience, that you should not doubt yourself. This is simply an investment, and like the stock market, what you put in, you (hopefully) get out two or three fold.. Who knows, maybe even more!

When the economy finally picks up, and all of us have our degrees, we will be glad that we stuck with it when we did. We will be living like royalty, reaping the benefits of our education. Something few across the globe will be able to claim. So keep your chin up! Look at the bright side of things! We are going to college! Not many can say that, especially in the trying times we are in.

Try to seek happiness in the small things in life. Be glad you are stressing over that exam, or dreading that homework. (I know, sounds odd doesn’t it?) You will be glad you did in a few years, when things are drastically different.

What are your thoughts on a college education? Email me what you think about it! studentblog@scf.edu