Storming the Streets

What made you decide to take summer classes? Do you think they are easier or harder than spring/fall classes?

Staff Photo by Stacy Hutto James Wilson, a sophomore liberal science studies major, said, “To keep my mind fresh on things in my degree and to complete my degree. It’s about the same expectations; the only difference is it’s 16 weeks in 8 weeks. It means more work and being more consistent. It allows you to really discipline yourself.

Staff Photo by Stacy Hutto
James Wilson, a sophomore liberal science studies major, said, “To keep my mind fresh on things in my degree and to complete my degree. It’s about the same expectations; the only difference is it’s 16 weeks in 8 weeks. It means more work and being more consistent. It allows you to really discipline yourself.

Staff photo by Apryl Mock Owen Woody, a senior business management major, said, “I decided to take summer classes because I wanted to be able to graduate in December. Summer classes are a lot harder; you have to cram four months worth of work in to two.”

Staff photo by Apryl Mock
Owen Woody, a senior business management major, said, “I decided to take summer classes because I wanted to be able to graduate in December. Summer classes are a lot harder; you have to cram four months worth of work in to two.”

Staff photo by Stacy Hutto Sarrysa Eaves, a sophomore biology and chemistry major, said, “I had the money for it. It’s about equal because they give you the same amount of work. It’s easier because you have more time if you allow for it.”

Staff photo by Stacy Hutto
Sarrysa Eaves, a sophomore biology and chemistry major, said, “I had the money for it. It’s about equal because they give you the same amount of work. It’s easier because you have more time if you allow for it.”

Staff photo by Stacy Hutto Sheila Salas, a sophomore criminal justice and sociology major, said, “I want to hurry and get done. Easier because you pack four months into a month and a half, so teachers can’t pack as much work in.”

Staff photo by Stacy Hutto
Sheila Salas, a sophomore criminal justice and sociology major, said, “I want to hurry and get done. Easier because you pack four months into a month and a half, so teachers can’t pack as much work in.”

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