Minds at Mines
This week, Minds at Mines asked, "What was the highlight or favorite memory from this school year?"
With summer less than three weeks away, school becomes more difficult yet more important to focus on. Yet, the plans for the summer months can be a motivator to get through the last few midterms, projects, and homework assignments. Whether going on their departmental Field Camps, gaining experience on the job, or doing things for fun, Mines kids know how to have a great summer. This week Minds at Mines asked, "What are you doing this summer?"
There are now less than three weeks until finals begin and, for most, the long year weighs on the shoulders and motivation is hard to come by. Whether bright-eyed freshman or a senior itching to graduate, Mines minds need to stay motivated in the crucial stretch to the end. This week, Minds at Mines asked, "What keeps you motivated?"
Spring Break comes at the perfect point in the semester to rescue Mines students from the constant homework, exams and projects. It is also a good halfway marker for the semester. Mines jokingly put up on the student activities board, "Don't get arrested" the week before Spring Break. Hopefully most student's plans included not being arrested, having fun, and maybe some relaxing. Before students headed off to faraway lands or home a few minutes away, Minds at Mines caught up with a few to ask,"What will have your Spring Break consisted of?"
Everyone has that one movie they watched over and over again as kids, and sometimes the viewing ended in rewinding, for DVDs had not become wide-spread yet in the 90's. This week, Minds at Mines asked, "What was your favorite movie from your childhood?"