So this is what actual College feels like.

The schedule starts NOW. As in not past Tuesday (which is when any normal human being would have expected a post) but today. FRIDAY. Yes.

So according to the self-imposed schedule/timetable/regime of posts, Friday is the weekly recap thing and because I’m not normal and I need to write about last weekend, my weekend recap follows: Last Friday, Saturday, Sunday…..till today. So tomorrow would be talked about in next week’s post. Deal. With. It.

So last Friday was exceptionally ordinary except for two things:
1. My first class was cancelled so my classes for the day didn’t start till 2.00 pm which was pretty awesome.
2. Friends and I went off on an excursion to Chinatown.

Chinatown gate
A very bad photo of the gate to Chinatown Philadelphia.
Walking through Philly
Walking through Center City Philadelphia. And snapping random photos. It’s a condition
HardRock!
A bad picture of the HardRock café sign. I would have snapped a pic inside except it’s too expensive to even step inside.
Walking back along the Schyullkil river trail. (Not pictured: Ben & Jerry's)
Walking back along the Schyullkil river trail. (Not pictured: Ben & Jerry’s)
Looking out over the Schyullkil
Looking out over the Schyullkil

Then on Saturday, FALL FEST 2015.

Which is basically a concert organized by the Campus Activities Board of Drexel. So basically a couple (or more) artists come over to Drexel and perform (for a price of course). Tickets were $16.00 which was kinda cheap considering who was performing: Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne.

Granted I don’t listen to Hip Hop but how often are you going to get to see those kind of famous people live in a concert? So I went and actually had a kinda amazing time.

The lighting was on point. For iPhone photography at least.
The lighting was on point. For iPhone photography at least.
And more lighting.
And more lighting. That guy you can see on stage is Wiz Khalifa. Yep.

I couldn’t snap too many pictures of the famous people on stage (not going to call them stars or celebrities cause it just sounds fallacious) but a couple turned out alright.

And then afterwards, because the concert ended early (at 11.30 on the dot) a friend and I decided to walk around campus and then we ran into a couple of people heading to a party and then we followed.

The party was kinda shit but it was the perfect ending to a Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne concert.

Wow this post is going to be long.

Sunday was all work because I had a take-home exam I had due on Monday so I completed that. It was on sociolinguistics and having just received the results today, I’m pleased to say that I actually got full marks on it. 🙂

Tuesday was my French exam which was okay and I received my results for that on Wednesday. I got 93 out of a total of 100. 🙂
Wednesday was also my Math exam which I’m currently the most nervous about (which is unreasonable because I’ve been placed into Math 100 which is O/L math actually) but it’s just the way I am. I. Am. Not. Confident. When. It. Comes. To. Math.

Nothing special on Thursday and today was good because I got to see my sociolinguistics grades. YAY 🙂
But the day isn’t over yet and Friday nights end up being usually fun and weird. So.  BYE!

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