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Greetings! My name is Sam J and I am a student at Harvard University. Perhaps this blog will present a little look into the mundane yet unique events that make up my life.
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:: Monday, November 24, 2003 ::

Today, I went to my moral reasoning class. Then, I went to an interview/dialogue evaluation for my Chinese class. The premise was that I was applying for a job as an English teacher in a Chinese-speaking country, and I had to explain my experience and skills so they fictional company would hire me.

I then went to Science B-29 and Chinese class, ran some errands such as purchasing and mailing a birthday card for my father, and attended my two-hour psychology tutorial. We met at a later time for this week's session, so we all got dinner at the dining hall and had our class over the meal.

Tonight, I did mad studying for my cognitive psychology exam tomorrow. There's so much material to cover! I wasn't sure if I could get it all done; it looks to be a late night. Lo and behold, a huge distraction comes along: My friends decide to have a big tea party, so I was dragged along to the soiree featuring the aforementioned drinks, as well as dried fruits and nuts.

We then decided to head over to the Quincy Grille, where we had a blast being loud and crazy. I brought my materials to study, but that sort of went by the wayside when we started a lively discussion about "which animated Disney character are you most similar to?" and began eating the snacks we ordered. Finally, I returned and studied studied studied into the early morning for my psychology exam.

Quote of the Day: "I finally realize the inherent logical fallacy in the lyrics of this pop song; I am shocked, concerned... even dismayed."

:: SL 4:46 PM [+] ::

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