After Fall Break, studying for midterms is probably one of the hardest things I have done in my life. As being a professional about procrastination, I think it is safe for me to say that I am pushing my limits.
It was a nice and relaxing break even though it didn’t last for long. Thanks to the International Student Office, I got a chance to go to Chicago with the school bus for Saturday. It was rainy and all but I was so happy that it didn’t stop me from having a great time. Except, my wallet was not as happy at the end, understandably.
On Sunday, I had brunchner (brunch and dinner — a huge meal for the whole day) with my friends; 2 of them being Turkish. We had coffee and huge portions of food at the Windmill as we chatted about absolutely nothing. Then one of the guys who studies in New York right now, popped the question which every person working at Admissions would be thrilled to hear:
“Can I transfer to Hope?”
Oh Gosh, I still get goose-bumps.
Obviously, I said yes and we have been working on the steps together for the last few days. While working with him, to ensure that Engineering has the best program ever and found this leaflet below.
As this post may not make sense to many of you, I thought it would be nice to actually share this information with the future engineering majors.
Hope you like it!