This winter has been one of the roughest winter I ever witness; from having freezing wind to having so many days cancelled from school. Many says that spring is close, so let’s hope so.
Apart from the constant complaints from me about winter, I would say my semester is very interesting; in a way where I try to get involved on campus as much as possible, but also keeping my grade on track. I am not even going to lie, I am being challenged really hard by chemistry, but at least we can say the chemistry tutoring center is my second home. And I am also realizing how much my love for biology and math is getting more intense as the years go by.
On the other hand, since I became president of the francophone club, I’ve been really busy by keeping it fun and interesting. To be honest, it is a lot of work, but the good thing is I am learning so much by starting with leadership skills, but also learning how to interact with a diverse community. And most of the time, I always say that 24 hours is not enough for my day.
Finally, one fun thing I did this month was the fact that I was a judge at the Central Minnesota Regional Science Fair. I had the chance to learn so much about different projects, and meet amazing people. With that said, I believe I will be attending again the following year.
This is all for this month, and hopefully by my next blog, spring will be here for all of us.
Good end of February.