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Hi! I'm Andre. I'm a senior double major in Political Science and Spanish at Butler and I'll be graduating in 2014.

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Almost Winter Break!

I only have one final this week and it is on Tuesday so as soon as it’s over, I’m going home! I’m so excited that winter break is almost here. When I come back from break it will be Rush Week so hopefully that will be just as fun as break.

On Friday all of the bloggers got together at our advisor Kristen’s house to have a Christmas gathering. It was fun getting to know the fellow bloggers and playing games and eating food outside of the dining halls. We all rode in the same car to her house and since there was traffic, it was a long and entertaining car ride.

Random Song of the Day: “Gravity” by John Mayer

Random Photo of the Day:

This is a random photo from retreat! It reminds me of how much I love/miss the warm weather!

2 Responses to Almost Winter Break!

  1. amsmith5 says:

    Hi! Thanks for reading my blog! Yes, I loved my first semester! I really enjoyed being in Ambassadors of Change. It was a program where some students got to move in a week early and work on volunteer projects they enjoyed! It was a great experience. And Rush Week is when you go to different Greek houses and just be yourself and try to get accepted into one.

  2. Dawn says:

    It’s very nice to meet you and read your blog:)
    I’m a future student of Butler from China, still considering to apply,haha.But I guess I will.
    Seems like your first semester in Butler is pretty cool,huh?What’s your best experience so far?
    As I’m reading this blog, I wonder what’s Rush Week? I clicked the link, the web page was about Greek Life, it’s an event of Greek Life?

    Look forward to hearing from you.
    Good luck on the finals and have a great winter break:)

    PS:Really love the “Random Song of the Day” part.


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