Check three.

Posted on Friday, December 18th, 2015 by Ali Froslie

All the work is worth it when you're learning things you're interested in!

Plans= life saver this semester.

Semester three of eight.


Right now I’m basking in the accomplishment of completed finals and papers, but this semester has had somewhat of a bittersweet ending. On the one hand, It’s wonderful to have some time to myself to do exactly as I would like. I have no homework obligations… I can sit back and read and watch movies and chill out, man. 🙂 But on the other hand, I have loved my classes this semester. I’ve always loved school, and I have always loved learning, but this semester has really felt particularly awesome. In previous semesters, there always seemed to be a class that I just didn’t look forward to for whatever reason. However, this semester I usually looked forward to going to all my classes. I felt like I was learning a lot, and I got to do some awesome research on things that I’m super interested in.  This is the awesome thing about college; you can take classes you’re interested in, and you meet professors that are really smart and really talented at what they do.

So yeah, I’m sad to see my classes go. However, I still have five semesters left to fill with amazing knowledge and cool professors.

And boy, am I excited.

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Twitter: @alifroslie

Hello! My name is Ali, and I am so incredibly excited to share my thoughts with the COBBlog! I am from Dilworth, MN (basically a suburb of Moorhead), graduated from Oak Grove Lutheran High School in Fargo, and I plan on majoring in English (either literature or writing… decisions, decisions…).

I grew up to the recorded sounds of piano music and occupied myself with the whims of my imagination. In high school I was involved in choir and theatre and fell in love with my AP English Literature class. In my free time, I love listening to music, reading, playing piano, and watching movies/television shows. I have a rather unfortunate sweet tooth and an unconditional love for bread. And, most importantly, I could not be more excited to be a part of the Cobber community! I am looking forward to see where the next four years take me!