at my school there’s an english teacher and an american teacher and they always glare at each other and when they pass each other in the hallway the american teacher will say ‘good show governor’ or something and the english teacher will say ‘god bless the land of the free’ and both in terrible accents and like the whole school ships it
By the time any freshman registers for classes, returning seniors, juniors, and sophomores will already have registered. So if you want to take something that’s in high demand for all grade levels (say, Swedish for example), there will be very few slots left for any freshmen, and those slots will tend go in order of orientation date. For classes geared towards freshmen (Psych 101, freshmen seminars, things like that), there will consistently be new time slots opened up throughout the summer so everyone will get the classes they NEED. If you’ve got it in your head that you want to score a sweet no-class-on-Fridays-or-Mondays-and-never-in-the-mornings-schedule it’s going to be incredibly difficult even if you’re the first person firing up their computer on the first day of orientation. But worry not, sweet Victors! You’ve got at least 7 semesters after that to take all the classes your heart desires. Like Swedish!
don’t fall in love with someone like me. i will start talking about star trek and i will keep talking about star trek and i will watch star trek and talk about star trek and watch star trek while talking about star trek and never stop talking about star trek and you will finally understand, this is why they name storms after people