Many undergraduates perform the balancing act of holding onto a job and a full-time academic course load. Many Davidson students too try to perform this skillful form of acrobatics, whether it is through the work study program, the Town of Davidson, or like me; a job back home.
After my 12:30 class on Friday my roommate drove me to the airport in Charlotte, which is about thirty-minutes away. Because students are allowed to have cars on campus all four years, finding a ride is never a problem. I breezed through security and had plenty of time to start my reading for my Education in African American Society class with Dr. Kelly on Tuesday – since I finished all my homework for Monday on Friday morning — before boarding. Continue reading