I wish I knew about this as an incoming freshman so I decided to make a post about how to find a roommate with similar interests on Facebook. Here are the steps:
1. Go to the Butler University Class of 2016 page.
2. In between Videos and the Packing List, click Notes.
3. Once in notes, click Roommate Finder where you can fill out the survey and find others with similar interests that you would like to be roommates with!
So far there are 272 responses so I’m sure you’ll find a match! I had no idea this existed when I was coming into Butler so be sure to take advantage!
I am officially done with my freshman year! After my Spanish final today, I felt like I could finally relax and not have to worry about any assignments. I could get used to this!
I also got to go into my dorm room for one last time. It was so weird seeing it completely empty! It reminded me of when I first moved in during August. There was even an echo when I spoke!
What made today even better was that the weather was nice and warm. I could finally drive down the highway with my windows rolled down and not be too cold! That’s until it started severely storming….. But then it stopped and got warm again!
To start my first day of summer on a good start, tomorrow I’m going to go to my local Borders and find a random summer book to read. It has been a tradition of mine for the last couple of years to go and get a random book and read it during the summer! Last summer I read “The Appeal” by John Grisham and really enjoyed it! Hopefully I get lucky again this summer and pick up another good book.
Random Video of the Day:
If you’ve read my previous posts, you’d know I’m obsessed with “Friday” by Rebecca Black! Welllllll, to keep up with tradition, here’s a hilarious video I couldn’t pass up sharing!
I’ve spent the last three days studying for my Spanish exam and I can officially say I am all Spanish’d out! I knew I was reaching my tipping point when I started accidentally speaking in spanish in normal conversation. So I decided to take a break!
The exam is over five chapters so it’s not too much but not too little. I cannot wait until it is over so I can officially say I’m a sophomore! It’ll be fun seeing all the new students next semester. I remember carrying my campus map trying to find all of my classes on the first day and ended up being a pro at it by the next day!
But now I guess I’ll get back to studying for Spanish. Let’s just say I know more about present participles and how to say them in Spanish than I ever wanted to know!
Random Video of the Day:
I thought it would be appropriate to have a Spanish video today!