Wednesday Wisdom

Meagan Gutheil, Staff Writer

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It’s that time of year again. Time for class registrations. Some of you may be questioning whether or not to take certain classes or not. Are they too hard? Could you handle the work? What if I can’t keep up? Picking the right class to take can be stressful. Arthur Ashe once said, “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” This quote applies perfectly to this situation. If think that you can handle the workload of a harder class, take a harder class. If you don’t think you could keep up in a harder class, don’t take it. Remember that once you submit your class registration form, you can’t change it. It doesn’t matter if other people you know are taking harder classes, take what you know you can handle and always remember the wise words of Arthur Ashe.

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Wednesday Wisdom