- Listening to:Remaking Native America (Lecture) by Ken Cruikshank
I'm sitting in my Canadian history bored and tired out of my mind. Handing in my annotated bibliography and outline for this class tonight has signalled the end of my first 10 days of hell of the semester. I don't think I've ever been this busy with school work in my 4 years here, and I'm taking one less course than usual. I was told by a number of forth year is easier because you finally know what you're doing. This is true, unfortunately you just have a lot more things to do, and knowing how to do something doesn't make it any less time consuming. All this is not helped by the fact that debating needs me more than ever since most of our executive (save one) graduated. So while I'm not dead I've felt like a zombie a number of times this past week due to a lack of sleep. I look forward to catching my breath this weekend.
In happier news, I've replaced my graduated friends by getting involved with the Japanese community on campus. It's actually amazing how many Japanese speaking students there are at Mac. It's also pretty amazing how I managed to avoid it all for 3 years. I anticipate fun times...