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University students, organizations prepare schedules for new semester

Some students see syllabus week as time to prepare while others try to adjust from winter break, including campus organizations.

As junior Colleen Linehan wrote out all of her quiz dates and homework assignments in her planner, she said the first week of classes is an easy one, but she can already see the heavy workload ahead.

“I can tell from the first two days I have a lot work to do,” Linehan said.

Junior Clay Lutz, assistant director of improv comedy group, The Plastic Shatners, agreed and said the group doesn’t have anything planned this month because they’re all getting into the swing of the new semester.

“I’m in Calculus II and it demands a lot,” Lutz said. “I would say don’t procrastinate, but I tend to do that myself.”

Even the University Activities Organization members are trying to get used to the new semester. Cassie Utt, co-director of UAO’s Traditions Team, said her group doesn’t have much planned because they’re getting ready for the events next month, such as announcing which comedian will be coming to the University for an LOL event soon.

While UAO does have some events posted on campus update, the bigger events are still in the works. Senior and UAO member Kelsey Buckley said they’re planning a Mardis Gras event as well as working on more events for February.

“We’re getting back into the grind of things,” Buckley said. “I know other students are doing the same.”

As for teachers, Communications Instructor Aaron Burton said this week is more of an orientation for the semester.

“It’s important to talk through those things,” Burton said. “I’ll let the students know what the course work is like and what the class is like.”

Sophomore Ryan Maunus said his courses don’t seem hard just yet, and he is getting the feel of his classes. He said he is most excited about taking the geological history of dinosaurs. His advice for students this semester is to make sure they do their work because he once had an assignment due at the end of semester that was never announced, but written in the syllabus.

“Do your homework, plan for papers and read the syllabus actually,” Maunus said.

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