I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned this before, but Easter term at Cambridge is also known exam term, because most undergrads don’t have classes in this last term and just spend all their time studying for their exams.
For my program, Easter term means we’re taking two full-term classes that are crammed into about half a term so that we have four whole days to devote to studying for our math exams. It’s really well planned.
In between reading papers for one class or the other and continuing to put off my research project, I study my math. Which means I spend all day hunched over a desk staring at equations I don’t understand (they make an appearance in the papers we read too 😦 ), while outside is the most beautiful weather I’ve seen here.
So I’ve taken to bringing my camera around with me occasionally because almost every time I don’t, I wish I had it with me. Today I took a break to get some coffee and also played tourist for a few minutes.
And after eating dinner, the sunset looked kind of cool so I stepped out to the rooftop gardens and saw this:
I guess sometimes the business school isn’t so bad… now back to my equations.