Class registration is arguably the worst time of the school year. There’s nothing worse than having a perfect schedule set, only to watch all the classes fill up as the week goes on. As an experienced professional class registerer (lol JK, i have no idea what I’m doing), I figured I would share some of my vast knowledge to make life easier during this stressful time.
On this beautiful night us bees are going to give you some advice about how to prepare for the upcoming midterm season! Yay! Long nights! Coffee! Feeling like your head might explode!
We all three have already had a few midterms so we thought we would share some study tips.
As college life gets more intense, I thought I would share some of my favorite websites that keep me productive and help me out in my daily life.
So the bees are reunited and all moved into campus. This year, we’re lucky enough to be sophomores so we get some pretty cool housing set ups. Amanda and Colleen are living together a in a “studio apartment” style dorm. So the set up is a bathroom, a kitchen, and a bedroom all in one.
It’s almost time for college move in, and we bees cannot wait. As sophomores, we’re clearly super experienced and know what we’re doing. We totally have our entire lives together. We’re here to share our years of experience with you incoming freshman to make your move in a breeze.
So college move in day is rapidly approaching (THANK GOD!!!!!) and at this point last year I was looking to DIY as many things as I could to bring to school with me so I could have a super artsy room.
This didn’t happen. Because I am lazy. But here’s a pretty common DIY with a different twist to make it cost about 0 dollars.
Every year, on the first Saturday in May the city of Louisville, Kentucky gets 15 minutes of fame thanks to (give or take) 20 thoroughbreds. The Kentucky Derby is the first leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing and attracts thousands of visitors to historic Churchill Downs.