Eva arrived at University with the other students in her dorm, Malan Hall.
At the Meet and Greet, Eva checked out her course schedule. Her classes would begin at 8:00 am and end at 6:00 pm three days a week, with a lighter class schedule on Tuesday and Thursday.
A Short Course in Socializing 201 Mon-Weds-Fri
Coursework on Children 202 Mon-Weds-Fri
Making the Most of Computer Science 201 Mon-Weds-Fri
Technology Class Activity Tuesday
Technology Lecture Thursday
Might as well take advantage of the free time and have a little fun playing Ping Pong and attending a Bonfire Party later in the evening. Classes begin tomorrow, the daily grind.
With a full day of classes three days a week, Eva didn’t have much time for parties and fun activities. Studying, getting enough rest, and not starving to death were priorities. Everything else was just icing on the cake that is University.
The Technology Class Activity was always interesting. It seemed that Eva learned more during these classes than any of the others she attended. Brain Enhancement, yes please.
Technology Lectures – Sleep, take notes, ask questions, pay attention, and hope that the University Mascot doesn’t disrupt the class. Of course he did.
After spending two terms crowded in with classmates and her dormmates, Eva needed some quiet time alone. Swimming and wind surfing at Llama Beach after she finished taking her final exams was a treat.
So yeah, that feeling of tranquility was wiped out by a fire at the dorm in the middle of the night. What is it about eating leftovers that dormmates do not understand? Fire, mayhem, charred surroundings…rinse and repeat. Eva is looking forward to getting the hell out of this madhouse.
On Saturday morning, Eva and her dormmates received their final grades. It appeared that at least two of them would be signing on for another University term, but not Eva. She received A’s on both her mid-terms and her final exams. It was all worth it.
A few hours after receiving her grades, and anticipating the graduation announcement, Eva headed for Schmidt Memorial Stadium and Annex. She had heard stories about the crowding at the doors on graduation day and wanted to avoid a long queue.
Eva was so excited about graduating that she neglected to change into her robes. No bother, she got her diploma in her street clothes. Dare to be different.
Now it’s time to say goodbye, so long, farewell, I’m out-you’re not.
There’s no place like home. With a Technology degree in hand, the Sim-world is yours.