Spring Classes Begins

  • iftekhar
  • Jan 28, 2015
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So, officially today is the first day of the Spring Semester. Snow Storm Juno left its mark but luckily it wasn’t as severe as it was predicted, not at least in New York City. Even though we still got lots of snow pilled up in every single street you can think off. I came to school without any hiccups. Trains were running as expected and I was able to show up on my first class on time. Everything went pretty smoothly up-to this point. No, I am not expecting any trouble!

Baruch College on January 28, 2015Baruch College on January 28, 2015

As you can see from this image (taken using my phone and cropped), we still got lots of snow but most of them were moved from the plaza for student’s safety. You are looking at the main entrance of our Vertical Campus building which is in between Lexington and Third Avenue on 25th Street. There is another entrance at the 24th street which is mostly covered with snow. I didn’t get the chance to visit our 23rd street building though.

Now, If everything goes accordingly, I should be graduating by this May. I could have taken two class but I ended up taking three classes. As I mentioned earlier on one of my post, I was suppose to register for Business Policy (BPL-5100) class and I did so this semester. I just came out of my first class and it was pretty good. As a History minor student, I had to register for the History Capstone class (HIS-4900). I also took a Philosophy class (PHI-1500) which I am really looking forward to. Wish me luck.

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