Thanks to the wonderful Ms. Sue Kim the seven of us traveled to the far away city of Rochester and were given a private tour of the university campus. To be honest, I really liked Rochester. I will definitely be looking further into it, and very possibly be applying there this fall. Our private tour took us through the main quad, the library, the fraternity quad, and to a sample dorm. The campus was not quite as beautiful as Cornell or Syracuse, but it was still very nice. We topped the Rochester University experience off with lunch at Pellegrino’s Deli. Our tour guide John Junig and his friend joined us. I think Mr. Crossley’s ride home was rather lonely because we all fell asleep in the car.
We had our first college experience of washing laundry. Although washing laundry in and of itself is nothing new to me, this was first time doing so on a trip away from home. Tonight’s schedule includes a casino night for all summer college students. It will have games, food, and prizes. However, I’m not sure how much time I will be spending there because I want to get started on my Plato essay tonight.