4th year in Communications and Media - Commerce double. I used to do Computer Science with the one and only wormz, but I was shit at it, so I stopped.
...you go to JHU and call it "John Hopkins"?!?! As a fellow jhu student (senior), I think that should get you expelled. It's fucking Johnsssss Hopkins, bitch.freshman @ john hopkins majoring in bio (premed reqs as well)
so far so good; adapting to the college environment has been a huge struggle. trivial tasks like doing your own laundry, having to get every meal for yourself, remembering appointments and shit, etc. has been a huge difference for me. necessito mi mama. besides that, i like the freedom that college provides and being surrounded by gifted people 24/7 is a big adjustment from high school too. my first month and a half or so has been good; i've been doing well and hopefully this continues.
man you need some balls, just gamble and figure you can hear him opening door and get dick in pants fast enough if he does come inSo one of the first things I discovered as a freshman is to know your roommate's schedule.
That way you know when you can wank without him/her walking in.
Honestly keep with it and see what happens, I'm doing a Physics with Medical Physics masters and for me the first year and a half of plain Physics was awfully boring and uninteresting. I was thinking about changing too (I only thought about it midway through second year and didn't want to feel like it was a waste either, because I can always drop out after 3 with a BSc so I was halfway). It picked up at the end of second year and I'm really enjoying my third, and everyone I spoke to pretty much feels the same. Obvs this isn't true for all physics courses, but honestly there is still a chance that you'll really enjoy it by the end. The work sucks yeah, but even with scraping by you can probably get a decent grade.2nd year studying Physics with Theoretical Physics combined masters (though the specialisation doesn't start until after Michaelmas term). I hate it. I'd drop out but I know that I'd regret not seeing it through massively. I love the experience of Uni. I've met so many amazing people and have so many yet to meet however my degree is hard, and I have to work and I'm a lazy piece of shit. It's interesting enough but I'm not the type of person who should be doing a physics degree really. Never mind though. I've only got 3 years of scraping by to do.
I'm at Lancaster. I love the place and the people. I'm sure it will get better but right now it seems pretty dire. I can't wait to do the degree that I chose to be on. Right now, just doing stuff that is essential but that doesn't interest me at all is crushing my soul.edit: just seen you are from the UK too, where you at?