Some girl on Facebook who was really snobby to me yesterday is now trying to convince me that the schedule I got offline isn't my real schedule. She says that some guy who is a current student at Campbell and works on the schedules told her that we'll get our actual schedules at Orientation. Her reasoning is "How can they pick our classes without us being at Orientation to make sure those are the classes we want? It doesn't make sense."
It makes sense to me because freshmen have to get past all the general ed classes. And Dr. Thornton, who's going to be my advisor and is the head of the international studies dept (my major), told me that they make the schedules for the freshmen when I met him in April. Besides, why would they bother making fake schedules for everyone?
I don't know about you, but I'm thinking I should believe a professor over a student. Just saying. I'm waiting for her to reply to what I left on the "Campbell Class of 2013" Facebook wall. I'm expecting some snappy remark. Frankly, I'm glad she deleted me.
Maybe it's that this is the schedule they set up for you, and you can change it if you want? I told her "I don't know, whatever, I guess we'll all find out once we actually go to orientation." Hah. So yes, wait and see.
And forgive me. Probably no one is going to take an interest in this post. I'm just rambling. I really like using this blog to get my thoughts all sorted out. (If you weren't aware of that already.)