My Classes And Joining A Club

Today I decided to share my classes and what club I decided to join at university. I’m really enjoying these classes and excited about the club.

Philosophy– Okay so this is my new favourite subject!! It’s so deep and interesting and it’s the only subjecting where having multiple existential crisis actually helps you get good marks! And the cherry on top? My professor is absolutely hilarious and looks like George Lucas!

Psychology- So we’re basically learning stuff I’ve learnt in High School again which is awesome because it means I don’t have to work excessively hard and I already understand what the professor is talking about!

Sociology- It’s REALLY interesting!! I am going to learn about Karl Marx soon which I’m really looking forward to!

Earth Science- Okay I’m not going to lie it’s a lot more difficult than I thought it was but it’s also really interesting! Minus when we learn about rocks. That’s kind of boring to me.

History- Okay again I’m not going to lie the course I’m taking right now is boring. It’s not horrible it’s just a bit boring. I mean how much can you know about The British Isles? Apparently a lot.

And the club I joined was of course *drum roll* CREATIVE WRITERS CLUB!! The boy who’s in charge of it looks a bit like Augustus from The Fault In Our Stars πŸ˜‚ I really hope he doesn’t read this post…

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38 thoughts on “My Classes And Joining A Club

    1. One of my fave college science classes was cultural anthology. CA studies culture: the unconscious beliefs held and behaviors done by people in their particular culture. Fascinating and very informative in my creative writing work.

    1. Yeah that would be interesting to read. I never really read much about him personally it was always his political theories I was interested in.

  1. Rocks are boring? They contain our history embedded and petrified – literally of course! And they are gorgeous – *quietly* well, some are a bit ordinary but don’t let them hear that.

  2. Everything sounds amazing, I’m taking a short break from posting and commenting, I will be back when my spiritual tank has been refuelled πŸ˜‰ take care and keep smiling πŸ’‹

  3. This sounds so interesting!!! (Except the rocks part πŸ˜‚ and the British isles) but wow! You should put up some of your creative writings (or is that forbidden 🀣)

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