It’s going to be one of those days.
Katherine Weyback ’20 is taking a breather in the dining room on the upper floor of the Farinon College Center. First thing in the morning, she jumped into equations and numbers in a math class. From there, she went straight to a geology class where they talked about dinosaurs for an hour. Later, she has a history class in Jacksonian Democracy, and there’s a paper due that she needs to finish somewhere in between.
She’s having a breakfast sandwich and a cup of coffee.
“Wednesdays are a busy day,” she admits. Whipping from subject to subject might seem off-putting to some students. Weyback thrives on the variety.
“That’s the liberal arts,” she says.