With Thanksgiving break right around the corner, it’s time for Wittenberg’s student body to register for next semester’s classes. Registering for classes is something that people make out to be a bear, something extremely taxing to do. I’ve never thought it was too bad, and have found that it actually gets really easy once you progress through most of you major. For the most part, you don’t have much choice in some respects; there are certain classes you have to take if you want to graduate with any kind of degree. Even with General Education requirements, you just fill out your major classes, and then see what Gen Eds fall in place around those.
However, registering for the spring semester gave me an unusual headache. It was the first time I got closed out of a class, and instead of just getting closed out of one, I was closed out of two! Luckily I’ve had both professors before, and they both said they could save me a seat, but I can only imagine what it’s like to be closed out of a class you need/ want to take. Here’s to hoping I never have to find out!
Anyways, now that that’s sorted out, I can focus on my developing intramural prowess, which has become more and more honed with each ultimate frisbee, soccer, and football game played!