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
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 hard to describe how finals week feels… It is relaxing and immensely stressful at the same time. Relaxing, because there are far fewer time commitments, but more stressful because, duh, finals. I’m lucky to be have had a super-short … Continue reading
I had so much to say yesterday that I figured I’d save some of the information for a later blog post (only a day later, but still). I’d had a very stressful few days and things finally started to look … Continue reading
It’s been a week since my last post… which means two things. First, I’m slacking (blog-wise, anyways—goodness knows I’m keeping busy with schoolwork). And second, I have a lot to update you on! On Thursday, when Meg and I went … Continue reading
Each class has its own difficulties, its own highs and lows. Microeconomics is persistently yawn-worthy. Econometrics means dealing with Study Buddy. Various methods of transportation to the volunteering sites are always causing new issues. Differential Equations is accompanied by a … Continue reading