As members of the Women’s Rowing Team, in the dark, my friends and I trudge our way up to the Hart Athletic Center for our mandatory morning lift, which occurs twice a week, bright and early – earlier than the sun.
As we grow stronger, we watch the sunrise, a beautiful sight.
It’s time for My favorite meal of the day: breakfast. Every morning after Lift, I walk to Kimball and order the same thing, an egg white omelet with tomatoes, spinach, and onions, along with “a little bit of cheddar cheese.” I’d highhhllly recommend it.
Before class, I run to the library to print one of my English reflections, then I cross the road to Stein.
Since the semester is ending and I have over $200 dining dollars left, I decided to skip out on Kimball and eat at Cafe Babel, a coffee shop inside Stein. If you’re a coffee drinker, I’d recommend an iced coffee with room and vanilla, then add the French vanilla from the self serve station – it tastes like it’s from Starbucks or Dunks.
12:45PM-1:30PM – MONTSERRAT (NOT PICTURED)
For my Montserrat, I have to spend 2-3 hours a week volunteering for a class component called Community Based Learning. I decided to spend time at the Assumption Center, where I mentor little kids, playing with them and helping with their homework.
Since it’s the winter, and we are technically in our off season, we go to “the Ledge” and spend an hour on the Erg. Since I’m a coxswain, I look for technical fixes, and I work out on the turf.