Well, as a few of my friends are aware, my summer quarter will be almost entirely focused on my studies. I will endure three economics courses, two installments of People and the Environment (I am excited about that), and a sociology course named Urban Society. So, although only one of my classes will be in the planning school, I've made quite an effort to create a consistent and sensible schedule basis on my current efforts.
For my own reference as well as the very curious (and nosy):
Summer First Session [June 23rd - July 16th]:
Economics 101 - 9:30am to 11:20am (M-F)
People and the Enivironment I - 11:30am to 1:20pm (M-F)
Summer Second Session [July 17th - August 8th]:
Economics 102 - 11:30am to 1:20pm (M-F)
Summer Second Half Term [July 29th - August 30th]:
Planning Applications of Economic Concepts - 2:00pm to 4:50pm (Tu & Th)
Summer Third Session [August 11th - August 30th]:
Urban Society - 9:30am to 11:20am (M-F)
People and the Environment III - 11:30am to 1:20pm (M-F)
Oh, but there's more in store for me. Since I'll be stranded in academia for a while, there's no way I'm going to wait for it to hit me in the face. Rochester, New York will be my destination immediately after I'm finished with my co-op term on June 19th. Megabus to Indy, Green Line Shuttle to the airport, flight to Detroit and then to Buffalo. Then a ride back to Rochester. The same thing will apply for the return trip. I will return on the 22nd, just in time for classes the next morning. Yeah, could you really expect anything less ambitious from me?
Oh, and a friend who moved to Brooklyn from Cincinnati, about eighteen months ago, is visiting for five days. Unfortunately I'll be gone for most of that, but I'm sure there will be plenty of reacquainting and debauchery before I leave. Hopefully.