If I were an international studies and French double major also participating in the honors program… I would be my troublesome roommate. And my finals schedule would look like this:
The week before finals week:
1. Honors class about Doctor Zhivago: a poetry anthology which explicated several poems by Russian writers and included original works
2. International studies class on the United Nations (IS 390): a paper on–you guessed it!–the United Nations
3. Anthropology class titled “Gender and Sexuality through Globalization” (AN 320): a paper on Fight Club exploring the film’s connections between masculinity and violence
1. 18th Century French literature (FR 435): a paper comparing literature from the beginning and the end of 18th century France
2. Doctor Zhivago honors class: a written final
3. Cultural Geography (GE 109): a written final on Asia and the Pacific Islands
After all that madness, one does not quite know what to do with oneself. So one attempts to use the last of the bread, garlic, and butter in the refrigerator before leaving campus and ends up watching croutons bake.
Clearly, Butler students don’t know what to do with themselves without schoolwork. But those croutons were reeeeally good.