Reflectorial: The Final Push…
It is almost the end of the school year, yes, I know it doesn’t feel like it, but it is true. The last day of classes is a month away, and there is only one issue of the Reflector left.
For many of your Reflector staff that’ll be it for their University Career, with more than half of us graduating. It is a crazy feeling, but it is really time to focus on this final push.
1. Our first tip is to go to class, I know I know, we say this all the time, but it is more crucial now than ever. Getting to the point of preparing for your finals and final projects is so important. Going to class and hearing with your profs have to say about their expectations will only help you prepare.
2. Spend time with your school friends. We all know there is a divide between our “school friends” and our “life friends” as in those people you knew before MRU came into your life, and the people you spend most of your time with. But why not take some extra time to spend with your friends that you met at MRU. If you are like many of us and in 4th year, that time is dwindling, and you may lose touch after this semester.
3. Give it your all. Try to up your grades for this last month. There is nothing that you can’t accomplish if you put your mind to it, and for only four weeks? That is not a lot to ask. So try on your assignments and papers, don’t procrastinate and do your readings, because in a month you will have all the free time in the world.
Most importantly, enjoy these last four weeks. They are going to fly. The real world comes soon enough and trust me, this will seem easy compared to the work you have to do when you can’t procrastinate or “skip.” Good luck Cougars! We are almost there.
-The Reflector Staff