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The end is near!

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but just like Steve said, this week has been whoa with stress! Between the final projects, the preparing for finals, preparing for graduation, and

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juggling my various other commitments, I feel like I have been ALL over the place this week.

Go figure, the week that I have to make it to the graduation meeting and attend the Spring Fling (which was fab!), is the week my friend and co-volunteer at my Tae Kwon Do school has to take the week off in order to perform in her school play. So here is my master, expecting me to fill in for her, which put me in the position of sooo much driving back and forth from Bradenton to Sarasota and back and goodness gracious I felt like the biggest waster of gas ever. But I think it was worth it over-all. The Graduation meeting was helpful, I got myself switched into the 10:30 commencement ceremony instead of the 1:00 one because my cousin has to be in the 10:30 and we have ailing grandparents. And I definitely enjoyed the Spring Fling from last night, all of the groups performed beautifully. I hadn’t realized SCF had such an outstanding Jazz Ensemble!

I hope everybody is doing well, what with finals coming up next week and then our break before summer semester kicks in. Let us know if you’ve got any fun sort of plans? Any studying tips? I’m sure we could all use those, phew! Our email is studentblog@scf.edu!

Donating Blood

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This is IT, guys! Just one more week, then its FINALS! Can you believe it? I know I keep asking that but I am repeatedly astonished by how quickly this semester has past. Its crazy to look back at the beginning of fall and realize that was not even a year ago. It feels like longer. Meanwhile, this semester feels like I’ve only done a few weeks of classes. I will never understand my perception of time, haha!

Today, the bloodmobile stopped by SCF. A good chance for you to help out our community! Blood is something that is almost always in high-demand for patients, and it doesn’t hurt you to give any. Now I just need to practice what I preach and get my butt in there! I’m sort of afraid of the needles, but I’m sure if I just take that first step, I’ll be able to do it. I’m sure the same applies to many of our readers. ;)

And while we’re on the topic of of donating blood, a classmate of mine gave a great speech about Hepatitis C today. It was a great presentation, very informative and my classmate was a great speaker! I wanted to share some of the things I learned in there, because I think its something everybody should know. Many people end up with Hepatitis C and don’t know until after they have died! Which isn’t to say that this is a disease that is out, slowly decimating our population. There are measures that can be taken, and ways it can be cured. You just have to catch it first!

What does Hepatitis C do? It attacks your liver and can be identified through blood work. If you’re not careful with where you get piercings or tattoos done, Hepatitis C could be passed on through the tools used for this if they are not properly sanitized. You might want to get checked out, just in case. For our older students, if you have received any blood transfusions prior to 1992, you will probably want to be tested, just in case. Prior to 1992, hospitals and blood banks did not screen their donations for Hepatitis C. I didn’t take

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this on here to scare anybody, I just felt like it was a good health notice for the general public! After all, I know I haven’t heard all that much about Hepatitis. But its a problem that can be fixed, so people might as well have their eyes open.

How has this semester treated everybody? Did it fly by for you as quickly as it has for me? Please, tell me about your semester or maybe even share some stories about donating blood! We love to hear from you, our email is studentblog@scf.edu.

Smooooth operator

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Wow.

Just… wow!

I’ve mentioned the on-campus Smoothie King before, but I’ve never actually gotten a smoothie from them! I’ve heard they’re delicious, but I also know that there is a lot of sugar in a smoothie (and I’ve got a MASSIVE sweet tooth). Well, while I was looking for a paper writing pick me up, I decided to give it a go.

First off, holy canoli, thats a lot of choices. How do I choose between one from another? They even have neat little booster additives! Oh man, thats kind of overwhelming. I ended up going with the guy behind the counter’s favorite kind. Mangonese… something? See, I don’t even remember what I’m drinking. But its really good! I got a small

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and I have feeling this is going to last me a couple of hours. It is pretty sweet, but that just keeps my sips small. Which means my smoothie will last me longer, haha (victory is mine).

Anyways, I am very clearly sold on Smoothie King now. If you haven’t checked it out, I suggest you do! Its a little under five dollars for a small, and I think thats got to be a good 20 oz. Maybe a little more? For those of you who have already discovered this place, why didn’t you tell me how good it was sooner!? I kid, I kid, I’m actually more curious as to what you like to order when you stop by. Please let me know in an email to studentblog@scf.edu, I want to know what kind of boosters are best and what flavor is the sweetest. ;)

Common Courtesy

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I use the student union fairly often. Maybe twenty minutes on Monday, a couple of hours on Wednesday. I think most students do! The student union is a nice place to gather, after all. It has food (mmm, sustenance!), it has friends, and there is a lot of space.

However, there’s always that one table… thats just a mess. Its loud and kind of trashed and not very fun to be around for the rest of

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us. It reminds me of these amusing signs stashed all over the art building, actually. “Your mother doesn’t work here, clean up your mess!!” Cute, huh? And I mean, even if we were at home, we’re all adults here. We know how to pick up after ourselves. :)

So, I’d just like to bring up a friendly reminder for common courtesy. We’d all like to enjoy what the student union has to offer, and a lot of people go in and out of this building. I just wanted to make a few suggestions.

Thats really the basics of it! Its doesn’t take any time out of your day to be courteous to everybody else. :D After all, treat others the way you want to be treated! Along the lines of the student union, I was wondering who uses the student union, and for what? It is a hang out, or just a place for a meal. Do you hole up and game on your laptop, or are you writing a paper? Let us know in an email to studentblog@scf.edu!

Aria Concert

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You know what your plans for the day should include?

Attending SCF’s Aria concert tonight! At 8:00 pm in the Neel auditorium, lots of SCF students will be performing some beautiful pieces of music. The main focus (if you couldn’t guess from the name) are aria’s from famous operas (some more famous ones being The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute). Many pieces will be accompanied with live music and over-all I think the show is going to turn out great!

I’d really like to go, but unfortunately I found out after I’d already made other plans. Basically, it sucks to be me, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t go and enjoy it for me! ;) Tickets for admission will probably be around $8, and students are half-off! I hope you have a good time (because you’re going, right?) and please let me know what songs were your favorites! Our email is studentblog@scf.edu.

Powerpoint Presentations

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For my final presentations in my senior year of high school, I had to do two forty-five minute presentations (each was in a group of three, so really only fifteen minutes of talking time per person). I’m SO GLAD to have been put through this! Besides the fact that the presentations themselves were unusually long for a high school assignment, one of them was presented under the ultimate task-mistress of powerpoints. If you did not do your powerpoint correctly, you lost a lot of points. She explained it to us and that was that. Her way or fail.

This probably sounds overly harsh, especially considering that as long as the powerpoint looks good, who cares how its put together? Well, either way, her methods have gotten me through many presentations since and I’ve gotten an A on every one of them. So I’d like to share her guides with all of you!

And thats pretty much the basics! If you have any questions on how to use powerpoint, remember that the program has a great help section. Microsoft’s website also has a whole section dedicated to how-tos on using their programs. If you have any questions about designing a powerpoint, feel free to drop me an email at studentblog@scf.edu!

Student Art Gallery

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If you’re an art student, you probably already know about this…

The student art gallery is opening next Friday!

Today was the last day to submit your pieces, but for anybody who is only interested in looking, have no fears, your time has not past. I submitted three pieces of my own and while doing so I got a glimpse at some of the fantastic things made by SCF students! I really hope everybody takes the time to check out the artwork that was submitted. There were some fabulous paintings and pencil drawings, lovely photography, and I was really blown away by the 3D pieces!!

If you’re interested in checking this out (which you really, really should be), the art gallery is connected to the Neel Performing Arts Center, on the side next to the Social Studies building.  If you need any more help finding the lovely art gallery, send us an email at studentblog@scf.edu.

Meanwhile, I have to skidaddle and work on my history paper. @__@ Time really flies, I can’t believe there’s pretty much a month left until the semester is over!!

Hunger Pains

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how I can’t hold my focus when I’m hungry. This usually means that if I’m sitting through more than a couple hours of class, its a smart move on my part to have a snack on hand!

Sometimes I’ll pack something simple like a small container of grapes or a banana. Sometimes I’ll make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or an egg sandwich. For the days I’m on campus all day, I’ll pack a lunchbox full of things (leftovers, instant oatmeal, fruit, etc.)! And sometimes I’m lazy the night before and walk to Subway instead. Eat a big breakfast, snag some hummus and pretzel chips from the Student Union, and a foot long can last me lunch and dinner! I’ve noticed that not letting myself get too hungry is really crucial around seven, the beginning of my three hour evening class. If I don’t eat something then, by eight o’clock I just want to bang my head into things! There’s nothing wrong with the class, besides being long, and I do like the professor a lot. But ugh, who wants to hear about the War with Mexico when your stomach hurts and your head hurts and ugh! You see what I mean?

Surely I can’t be the only person who has this problem! The point of this, really, was to ask you guys a few questions. :) How do you handle your hunger pains? Do you pack foods? If you do, what sort? Or do you rely on the student union and it’s row of snack machine? Or do you venture further off campus and eat at one of the many surrounding restaurants? Please, share your wisdom with me! I’ve got to admit, I’m tired of eating Subway or croissant sandwiches whenever I forget to pack food, haha. Our email is studentblog@scf.edu, I’m looking forward to your replies.

Sometimes it’s Fixable

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I’d like to share a little story with you guys. Back in October I visited FSU, talked to a few professors and toured the school, and made the decision that it was the school I wanted to continue at. I put in my transfer application, sent in all of my paperwork, and then I waited. There were a couple of speed bumps, a couple of delays, but when I checked my “Status Check” page online last Saturday, my results were in!

I’d been rejected. Because I was missing a “milestone marker” for major. What did this mean?! I’d checked and checked and talked to the head of the department I was going into, what “milestone” could I possibly be missing? Surely it wasn’t my G.P.A. I was pretty devastated, not going to lie. I’ve already signed my lease for an apartment in Tallahassee, I’m moving up one way or another.

I think the worst part of reading that decision on Saturday was the fact that I couldn’t do anything about it until Monday. But when Monday rolled around, I was all over the FSU website. I found the numbers I needed (the professor I’d spoken with and undergrad admissions) and I got started. My first call went to the head professor of the Chinese department. He was equally baffled, stating that since I had not been attending FSU for my first two years, he didn’t understand how it was expected that I should have met any program “milestones.” That phone call was not necessarily helpful in finding out why I hadn’t gotten in, but it was comforting to know that somebody higher up was equally confused. It also turned out to be very important later one. My next call went to the admissions office, and after being transferred a few times, it was revealed that I had been rejected because I “lacked proficiency in Chinese.”

This was also confusing. Some personal background, I studied the Chinese language for three years in high school and have also been to China. Alongside both of these facts, the language is spoken every day at home between my step-mom and little sister. Finally, I got to the last person. The Chinese department was under the mass-umbrella of the College of Arts and Sciences, and I needed to speak to the head of that department specifically because she was the woman who reviewed applications for admission. What happened was that when a student gets an A.A. degree, colleges that they are transferring to no longer look at their high school transcripts. The head of the department was under the impression that I had never studied Chinese, as the only language class I have taken at SCF was a semester of French. I explained how and where I had studied Chinese and she told me something magical.

My admission would be reversed. By that Friday, I had been accepted to FSU. The reason this was so simple was because in my case, the only thing holding me back was my supposed lack of experience with the subject that I planned to major in.

So sometimes, its just a misunderstanding. I’m not saying that getting into a university is an easy task, you still have to work hard and stay on top of your game. But if you ever get the dreaded rejection letter, keep in mind that you can always call the university to at least

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Spring Break & Spring Fling

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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!