I feel like I’m always saying this, but I’m a math major. So let’s skip past the confused and scared looks and get to the advice.
I’ve taken my fair share of difficult math classes in my college career (don’t even mention statistics to me), and I’ve prepared all the advice I’ve build up to share with you now. If you’re going to be taking a math class this next semester, this post is for you!
Finishing up my second year attending NKU has me in all the feels. I’m halfway to graduation and I’ve been living here for that long? Say what?
There are a lot of things I love about going to school in Kentucky, but there are also some drawbacks. Today I thought I’d share the eight things that define going to college in Kentucky to reflect on these past two years and help future prospective students.
Every other place I’ve lived only had like two and half seasons, so when I was surrounded by trees filled with leaves the color of pumpkins and crimson my first semester I was enthralled. Who knew leaves actually changed colors!?
And a real winter where there’s snow I can play in and go ice skating in? Yes please! Although, I’m not the biggest fan of below freezing temps, I don’t mind putting up with them for a short time for the beauty of nature.
But we gotta talk about “summer” here in Kentucky…