Tell Us Why You Dropped A Class During Sylly Week

Happy fall semester, folks!

Sadly, Sylly Week has come to a close and as the first “real” week of classes looms ahead, your schedule might look a little different than it did when you put it together last spring. 

Whether you discovered your professor’s high difficulty reviews on Rate My Professor were true or that the 8 a.m. life isn’t for you, dropping a class during the first week isn’t uncommon. When you know, you know!

We want to hear what made you click “drop” during Sylly Week. Please let us know using the form below for a chance to be featured on our site.

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Megan Dougherty

Megan Dougherty is a senior majoring in English and an associate editor at Onward State. She loves making music, consuming the maximum daily amount of coffee recommended by the FDA, and overanalyzing Taylor Swift lyrics. Feel free to follow her on Instagram @meganedougherty and forward any (free) The Eras Tour tickets to her email, [email protected]

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