Every semester, it’s the same trip to Struggle City for us Hoyas. Whether you’re writing a 20-page paper, studying for Orgo or just avoiding all of life on Lau 2, finals week at Georgetown gets really real really fast. Really. The Finals Wall, located in The Midnight MUG on Lau 2, serves as a record of all the pain and strife Georgetown students have faced – and continue to face – during this strenuous week. After examining the Finals Wall, I’ve come to the conclusion that some of us clearly struggle better than others. Here are the best and worst struggles of the Finals Wall:
This post with questionable grammar neatly summarizing the struggle.
This person who remembered why we put ourselves through the stress:
This person who we’re a bit concerned about. The detox that is winter break is closer than you think, anonymous orange-crayon-user!
This person who is in a really tight spot.
This person who shares in one other struggle many of us Lau-goers have faced.
This person who eloquently described all of our feelings towards econ.
And, finally, amidst all the struggle, the unifying theme.
Whatever your strife, the 4E believes in you! Own that essay, ace that test. Remember: After enduring all these struggles you can’t possibly fail!
Photo: Matt Sullivan for The Hoya, Zelchandlerpresents.wordpress.com
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