I've been at Canisius since Friday so that's 5 days. It was like a huge party 24/7 up until last night because classes started today. I was beginning to think that this was going to be a huge party school but I guess it was just the first weekend when no one had anything better to do.
So I had my first classes today. Calc was the very first one. Dr Alif is INSANE. He has a white beard and an accent I can't quite place. He was wearing cargo shorts and a T-shirt. He climbed up on the tables and started walking around on them. He stole candy from anyone who had it. He charges $4.98 for an extra copy of any handout. That's only the tip of the iceberg. If only you could hear him talk. I was laughing the whole class. All we talked about were lines. I think I'll do fine in the class. Probably won't be too difficult.
Dr Boger was my second experience. Philosophy. I was laughing the whole class too. He challenged us alot but in a good way. He made fun of us but in a nice way. I think I will enjoy that class. It doesn't seem like it will be too hard.
Margaret Ryan (Dr or Mrs, I don't know) taught my last class of the day. Literature for Children and Young Adults. Basically we read a whole bunch of kiddie books and make a list of them all. Read aloud to the class. Get read to by the professor. Yeah, it's great. Easy class.
Tomorrow I have English, Calc, and Spanish. We'll see how it goes. I don't think I'm going to like having calc every day but it's a 50 minute class so it's not too bad. Philosophy and Children's Lit are 1 hour 15 minutes. A little too long if you ask me. I get antsy and want to get up and move. Oh well. I'll suffer through it. I have a feeling I'm not going to do well in English because it's an honors course and I'm not good at English to begin with. 8 books to read this semester just for English. Plus alot of reading for other classes too. AHHH! I've never had so much to read at one time. But as long as there's not alot of written homework too I'll be ok. Yeah, we'll just have to wait and see!