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One Way To Cope

(The Cadet Experience, Class of 2013) Permanent link   All Posts
 Brooklyn Andreasen I sit here typing my journal fully realizing that there is something academic-based that I could and probably should be doing. Yet I continue to type, my rationalization is that I am providing invaluable information to those who will maybe one day make the world a better place. It’s important to have your priorities in line. Today marks the first day of classes of the spring semester, the key word here is spring because there is currently a healthy portion of snow on the ground, seen from the rooftops, and being thrown at the 4th class as they march in section (that was a joke of course). It is not even half way through the first day and already cadets were greeting their schedules with sufficient sarcasm and facetious Facebook comments. However, it goes largely unnoticed as that is one of the ways in which we cope with our workloads; together we are one very large and very blue (as in the long blue line) support unit.

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