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The Curious ‘Cat: Have you made any new-semester resolutions?

  • Posted by: Gerald Dierkes
  • Posted Date: January 13, 2016
  • Filed Under: Library News

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This week, the Curious ‘Cat asks Villanova students, “Have you made any new-semester resolutions?

Janine Rosario—“Yes … to get a new society that I’m trying to start at Villanova established, called the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (shpe.org). I’m currently in the process with that, and hopefully at the end of the semester it will be settled and established.”

RS10991_DSC_0587-scrAusten Jones—“Not procrastinating as much as I did last semester—getting behind writing papers: that’s my biggest one. Plus, in my personal life, finding time to exercise everyday”

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Michael Danovich—“I’d like to take advantage of my breaks during the day and get ahead on some work. Last semester I had no time during my day; it was all front loaded. This semester I can spread it out, and I can get work done after my classes and before my next classes start.”

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Sarah Moxham—“I’m a transfer student, so my resolution is to get involved with everything I can—to make up for lost time. I definitely want to be a part of service; service is really big here. I’ve never been a part of it, but it’s something I want to do.”

 

 

 

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Erica McGaurn—“Last year I had a lot; the volume of information in my classes increased a lot. So this semester I’m trying to do a little bit every day for each of my classes, and less procrastinating, even if it’s just 15 to 20 minutes per day studying what we did in class.”

 

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Abdiel Bourne—“I will keep up with my reading more, especially going through the semester, keeping up with reading as much as I do in the beginning.”


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