Neushul thinks she could potentially have a career taking form as long as it doesn’t cut into dinner.
Scanning the course guide as she backpacked her classes for next semester, LSA sophomore Jane Neushul was reportedly excited to continue pursuing her life’s passion, as long as her classes would not interfere with her social life, strict sleep schedule, or lunch break. Neushul expressed that she was looking forward to a semester of working towards her dream job of being a marine biologist, so long as her class schedule fell between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
“I really think it’s my calling,” said Neushul, who has reportedly wanted to work with marine animals ever since a childhood trip to the Florida Keys. “It’s really all I can imagine doing, and I’m not going to let anything get in my way,” added Neushul. “Unless all of the discussion sections meet on Fridays. That would be a deal breaker.”
Neushul, who noted that a lot of the courses offered next semester looked “amazing,” was excited to continue pursuing her life’s passion, while also admitting that she would do everything in her power to avoid having to take classes on North Campus. “It’ll just be so cold in the winter, and it’s such a long trip from my house,” stated Neushul, who also insisted that she needed to be able to schedule a two-hour lunch break everyday. “I just really need the down time.”
Sarah Myrtle, Neushul’s roommate, also expressed excitement at the upcoming semester, and hoped that her friend’s career aspirations wouldn’t get in the way of their weekly routine. “I admire Jane’s dedication so much. I just hope that she doesn’t schedule anything early on Wednesday mornings, because she’s my skeeps buddy!”
At press time, Neushul was reportedly realizing there was no way she would be able to avoid a Tuesday night lab, commenting that “she had always thought English seemed pretty cool.”