Brrrr! It’s getting chilly, the leaves are beginning to change, and before you know it, little white flakes will be falling from the sky. Midterms are now behind us and I hope you’re satisfied with your standings, and if not, hopefully you’ve taken the initiative to have a conversation with your professors to find out what you need to do to get to that place.
November is the month for giving thanks. To that effect, I’d like to share some of the things I’m most thankful for. In my world, my day consists of waking up at 4:45 am, working all day for the Navy (I work in the Judge Advocate General’s office), then either going to class or doing homework, and finally getting some work done for the Post before I drift off for my four hours of sleep. I am most thankful for the mornings in which I get to sleep in, the nights of doing absolutely nothing, my weekends filled with laughter alongside my family and friends, my morning Starbucks latte, and for the opportunities that are on the horizon that my education at UB will provide. We’d love to hear what you are thankful for as well as what your plans are for Thanksgiving—we might even publish your submission!
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