1. February 19: On Wednesdays after house dinner, the dorm that I live in hosts a professor or guest who talks about their interests/work. This Wednesday, they had two philosophy professors present arguments for or against the existence of God.
2. February 20: As opposed to the four and a half hours from the previous week, this Thursday I only spent two hours and twenty minutes at office hours for Fluid Mechanics.
3. February 21: I worked a shift for Cornell Productions at the Bear’s Den. When we got there, we found out there would be a seventeen piece jazz band playing live music for swing dancing. Good thing we had plenty of time to set up the sound before the event started.
4. February 22: The pep band went to women’s hockey followed by men’s basketball. We ended up losing both games, hockey 4-3 and basketball 81-75 in overtime.
5. February 23: I took my online macroeconomics quiz twice and did worse the second time.
6. February 24: The beginning of the Week of No Sleep. It was a fairly typical Monday except that I spent about five hours that night doing physical chemistry homework and reviewing fluids.
7. February 25: Went to Mac’s in Statler to get fried chicken on a waffle with butter and syrup. I think my carbohydrates and proteins for the day were covered. Oh, and the fat.
8. February 26: Spent three hours writing up my lab report for physical chemistry lab. This was after I had already spent a couple hours turning my raw data into results earlier in the week.
9. February 27: First prelim of the semester. Two and a half hours of Fluid Mechanics. What better way to spend a Thursday night?
10. February 28: Went to Noyes before the men’s hockey game to do some bouldering. One of my favorite things about living on West Campus is that the bouldering wall is less than three minutes from my room.
11. March 1: Women’s playoff hockey followed by the last game of the regular season for the men’s hockey team. The women won 5-3 over Princeton and this happened at the men’s game against Harvard: