Here we are again: another quarter, another year. I am sort of at a loss for words. Maybe it's because I'm sleep deprived, or maybe because there's too many things running around in my head for me to properly comprehend any of it. Finals week is right around the corner, and with that comes another batch of unseen photos that have accumulated over the quarter. I think I will do a separate entry that will cover the last night of publication at The Daily and my overall thoughts about the year. That will be on Monday after I get done with my two biggest finals. On that note, I leave you with a collection of miscellaneous photos from the past ten weeks.
Students from the Middle Eastern Student Association perform the Debkah, a traditional dance that is popular in Syria, Palestine, and Lebanon. They got a bunch of students who were watching to join in too! Dance is a great way to communicate.
I had no idea we had these. Makes me chuckle because I could never imagine seriously giving this card to anyone. I guess the thought of doing what you love for a living still sounds strange to me?