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Hundreds of People Willing to Help

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Daniels Photo Hello to all who may read this,

 

It has been over a month since we graduated from Swab Summer, which turned out to be one of the toughest experiences of my life. It will change you in ways you don’t expect until you are free to do your own thing, and suddenly realize that you are thinking about doing something that was taught to you without thinking about it. Habits are definitely hard to break.

 

With the start of the academic year, the Class of 2017 faced a new set of challenges. The first and foremost among these was time management. We had all had our time managed for us during the summer, with specific time given for each activity, and if we went over, we were punished. Now we were given a bucket load of new responsibilities, and had to find ways to manage them.

 

So far, the academic year hasn’t proven too hard for me, but I know that it will escalate soon. The expectations of incoming forth class are very high, but there are hundreds of people within the Academy willing to help.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at Drew.R.Daniels@uscga.edu.

 

Until next time!

 

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