BY MORGAN SHISHIDO
I jerk my head awake just in time to hear the professor’s closing remark, “Don’t forget, homework due next lecture.” I glance over at my classmate, who looks at me knowingly. Here we go again.
Drudgery. It doesn’t come on you all at once. Everything is exciting when you first start out: a new job, new class, or a new and improved future. But now it’s the middle of the semester and maybe you find yourself in a slump. What are you doing with your life? How can the things of today ever seem to move towards the goals of tomorrow? Continue reading “Carry My Soul”