Life with logan
Virtual Tours by Students
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Cut it in on the neuroscience major since college and a missile. What's your favorite thing about something college? Probably left professors because they're so awesome. I feel like I wouldn't get that kind of personalized attention a bigger school. What is a day in your life? What is your course load will look like? How much shutting you do outside? Well, uh, it kind of depends on a weak because a lot of my tests off all like the same weeks. So there'LL be a couple weeks where I'm kind of laid back and not studying the whole lot and kind of could do whatever I want. Then it'll be a couple weeks out of each month to study a lot like most of the hours of the day. I'm not working for tutoring or in class, so it's kind of give or take how our study, depending on what I have that week. So you have a job, you're in a sport and you're balancing your school life. What do you think the most important thing is for maintaining that balance making check? Get enough sleep, making sure I have time to eat because I've forgotten to eat a lot of times and it just does not at all. I think that making time for fun is really important to because you can surely get lost in all this stuff that you have going on and forget to have any fun. Well, what advice would you give to your high school self? Just like, maybe come in more open minded and come in more with an attitude of, like, restructuring yourself. Like even if you love yourself in high school like colleges. It's going to change you and that you need to be ready for change. I don't like how far away my apartment is, so but it's really not that far to being a baby about it s so I guess that would be the very thing is that my apartment is too far away going to class. Is there anything you want to share about the college search through your college shirt search in general? Well, I mean, the only college like that was here in like a state school, and it may look like a lot of money on paper when you first supply and first look out financially that you get. I really do think that it's worth coming in. Getting that individualized experience and getting to be a part of Simpson's community is one in a lifetime opportunity, like I would not have as many friends like I was saying is I have here because it's just that close of a campus, and it really adds to the college like life and community in the college experience.