It was a piece of cake finding the location of our class building which helped comfort some of my anxiety. I soon found out that taking a class with 79 other students is not bad at all. Everyone seemed to be very friendly and helpful during our first hotel-related lecture, ice-breaking introductions, and memo assignment in the computer lab. The first memo assignment made me realize how professional this class is and I will try my best to follow the norm that Mr. McCarthy mentioned during our course introduction in the morning. I feel the challenge but I think I am up for it and I have enough confidence that I can pull this off.
Also as a good omen, the skies cleared up sometimes in the morning when we were inside the building. During lunch, Louisa, Stacy and a few students we met went out to lunch in a new building we have not had a chance to go into -- the Trillium. And while we were leisurely walking down the roads, I grabbed the camera and snapped a few pictures.
I am almost positive that this summer program will one of the best experience I get to have. I am off with good signs!