When You're Almost Done

The last few weeks of classes always end up being stressful, projects, homework, finals, papers, blah blah blah, and the weather never helps. It is gorgeous out and all you want to do is sleep in the sun, play Frisbee, skate board, smell the roses. or the blossoms, the tree outside of Dana is blooming, one of my favorite parts of campus. It is SO fragrant and pretty and chill. You just want to sit and soak it all in. I mean the sun shining, the breeze blowing… What is homework? It's important. Don't forget to do it. But don't forget to relax either. It is crucial to decompress as we head into finals, and it is easier to do with such great weather to pull us out of our brick caves. So enjoy this wonderful picture of one of my favorite spots on campus. lying on the bench looking at the tree blossoms, and get some work done!

About Karina deBrum '15

Karina deBrum ’15 is a Sociology major (with a Fine Arts minor) from Lana’i City, Hawaii. Karina is president of the Multicultural Student Coalition, the vice president of Quatrain, a member of Lubrications, and a Resident Advisor in Joan of Arc Hall.