Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Why do I fail at falling asleep at nighttime?

The 2006-7 catalog should be up within a few weeks, but I've been browsing the 2005-06.

RA and I are thinking of taking ENGL E-159  James Joyce: Ulysses and the Early Fiction.

I'm thinking an ALM in Religion.  I really don't know whether I'll actually complete a degree, but I figure I should have some idea of a goal (if for no other reason than to be able to give people the sorts of answers they wanna hear when they ask about my future plans ;) ).

RA suggested div school.  The courses make me drool.  I could try the MTS -- ooh, and they'll let me use Spanish as my language requirement fulfillment.  (I'd actually been wanting to take a Spanish class.)  Oh, wait, all the courses are during the day.  Though most are only one day a week, so I could probably actually swing that, 'cause they're only 2-3 hours long.  Being a perpetual Extension School student feels like it makes much more sense, though.

[Sidenote: I fail for not getting on the ball re: the computer classes.  The summer sessions are all full now.]
Tags: hbs: continuing ed, imaginary div school plan

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