Thursday, 11 December 2014

100 days and counting...

More than 100 days past since all EMISers left their homes and started this adventure here on campus. One hundred days seem so long, but if we think about how close all classmates are, it seems like we would know us for longer. Additionally, thinking about what we did in the past weeks and months, seems like it would need a year for all of this to fit into on calendar. On the other hand, already 1/6 of our time here is over, 1/3 of this year. Preparations for next year are already starting.

Right now we are writing our first term exams. This past Tuesday was English Language and Literature and Economics. On Wednesday, I did not have any exams, so together with a few other students, we got on the bus and drove to Tel Aviv University, where we are able to use the library facilities. After an intense day of studying, it was time for the Mathematics exam today, Thursday. On Sunday I will be writing Self taught and ending the first midterms with Chemistry and Business Management on Monday.

A week is left, until we all leave the campus, and spread all over, some going to Europe, some even back to America. It is insane how fast the time has passed, and shocking how it is almost time already to fly back home. A few more exams and then I will be boarding, and flying!

See you soon,

- Anna S.K. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~Mark Twain~

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