Last Stretch of my Freshman Year at ERAU

So this last month has been pretty hectic, but a lot of fun! When I came back from Spring Break it really took me a while to get back into the swing of things, but that break was exactly what I needed! Because when I got back to business, my head was, for the first time this year, completely into school! I worked and studied pretty hard and really enjoyed and appreciated my days off in between.

I would have to say my favorite class from this semester was Psychology! I know many students do not enjoy the course, whether it’s the professor, or perhaps just the subject; I absolutely love the course! I have always been interested in Psychology and Anatomy. Human mind and body are fascinating things to study. My favorite part of this course was the dream/sleep segment. I knew that if I ever got into psychology, I would be studying dreams and the sleep cycle! Professor Lohn was an amazing teacher, in my opinion. I think she is very brilliant and I could tell how much she really loved psychology by the way she described and taught every lesson. Taking her course, (and reminiscing from my high school class of psychology) I have been thinking about double majoring now. Although Psychology is not offered as a major here, it is a minor. I may decide to minor instead, but I already had 3 other minors I wanted (Economics, Environmental Studies, and Astronomy). I guess I’ll just have to think this through.

Anyways, this semester was great! I ended up with a higher GPA this time~ 3.75. Which means I will make Dean’s List again!!! YAY! I am pretty happy! All my hard work (at least at the last half of the courses) paid off! I got A’s in Psychology, Computers, and Humanities. I got a B++++ (so close to an A!) in Public Administration. 300-level class, not too bad for a Freshie, huh? ūüėČ

Oh and I also wanted to mention Preview Day. I know others already did, but I took a picture and wanted to share it!

Here is the tent next to the visitor's center on Preview Day. People came here usually for directions or to get a ride to another location (Housing, Cafeteria, Flight Line, etc.). I was a driver so I took this picture in the van, waiting for people to come. It was pretty slow, but I did have fun and the visitors really seemed to enjoy themselves!
Here is the tent next to the visitor’s center on Preview Day. There is a huddle of some of the tour guides and drivers.

People came here usually for directions, tours, or to get a ride to another location (Housing, Cafeteria, Flight Line, etc.). I was a driver so I took this picture from inside the van, waiting for people to come. No one know I took it since they were busy and waiting for people to walk by. I liked this picture though because it shows student workers and how we all seem to get along well. The day was pretty slow; especially during the main presentations, but I did have fun and the visitors really seemed to enjoy themselves!

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The main advice I have for incoming GSIS students is that you got to brush up on your history and current events. Start reading and writing more, so you can begin to enjoy it. And do NOT procrastinate, it could cost you your grade. This major is a lot of fun, and there is a little something for everyone. Personally, I love psychology the most.

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