Uni so far has been both awesome fun, and extremely tiring. I've been on campus until 5 or 6 each day, starting in the morning, and have had most of my breaks taken up with things, so there has not been much time to relax.
This week I had my first French assessment task (which was probably a disaster), my first proper Physics lab, my first Maths quiz (I may or may not have failed), and on Friday my first engineering practical class.
Physics was kinda awesome. We got to use a platinum thermometer, but had to calibrate it from scratch. Well, we didn't do a great job with that because our calibration was 50 degrees C out from the expected value. We weren't even close. But, the good thing was that while out data was out, it was consistent within itself and created a near perfect line so we technically proved the law.
Not much else of interest to say. I have lots planned for Friday, including two meetings, one for Engineers Without Borders, and one for French Club. I am now the head of one of the (minor) projects in the EWB group, so I will probably be more involved in that from now on. It will also take up a bit of time (not sure how much yet) but I suppose it's good practise for any potential career.
So that's about it. This semester should be busy, stressful and kinda fun. But then, that's uni.