Hi, I'm Maggie! I’m a junior studying Math and Economics at the University at Buffalo, and loving every minute. I started keeping this blog at the beginning of my freshman year as a resource for my family, to keep them updated on what I’m learning and doing on this college adventure. Since then, it's grown into a tradition that not only informs them but gives me the chance to reflect on my experiences.
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It’s been such an exciting week and a great way to relax before the last two weeks of this semester (a.k.a. GO TIME). I’m so ready to be done with the semester and come home to relax for a few … Continue reading
Okay, so. My math class this semester is definitely my most difficult class of the semester and possibly ever, because it requires a very different type of thinking, especially compared to other math classes I’ve taken before. It has very … Continue reading
One of the unique elements of this semester is my first online class. The official name is “Microcomputer Applications” but it’s basically just a thorough course in Microsoft programs: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access (as well as some basics in computer … Continue reading
Sometimes, I just amaze myself. I rely on sleep a lot: I don’t function well on less than eight hours of sleep a night, and I barely function at all when I get less than seven. Knowing how much I need … Continue reading
It’s interesting what types of things can make a difference in the day of a college student. I’ve been going to my math professor’s office hours about every other week, just stopping by to ask a few quick questions, get … Continue reading
It’s really hard to believe but I already have my first exam and first quizzes coming up next week! More specifically, next Wednesday is looking like it’ll be a pretty crazy day, as the day is starting right off at … Continue reading
This week has been crazy, to say the least. It’s a mad rush to get everything done in time, just barely in time. It’s full of “lasts,” the last 8 am recitation, the last class for such-and-such a course, and … Continue reading