Justus Bey ’23
My name is Justus Bey. I’m a sophomore and am Economics major at Hobart and William Smith, originally from Dallas, Texas. I am heavily involved with clubs on campus.
My typical Monday (pre-COVID of course!) looks something like this:
8:30 a.m. – Wake up, grab a shower and brush my teeth.
9 a.m. – Head downstairs in my most comfortable clothes for my first class of the day, my FSEM with Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies James McCorkle. It’s a 2-minute walk from my bed, so you can imagine how that goes.
10:30 a.m. – I head back up to my room to gather anything I forgot before heading down to my second and last class of the day.
11 a.m. - Spanish class, where we speak Spanish too much for an intro course, but I enjoy meeting with friends in the class.
12 p.m. – At this point I’m done with class for the day and head to Saga for lunch. Usually I make it brunch getting omelets because lunch at Saga isn’t all that.
1 p.m. – This is where I usually take a nap, depending on how much homework I have. If I have homework to do, I spend a lot of time in the Intercultural Affairs Center, “the IC,” where most people of color hang on campus.
3 p.m. – I usually finish my first homework session of the day and take some time to just chill before my club meetings start.
4:30 p.m. – Typically, this would be when the 4 The Culture board meets to discuss plans for the semester.
6 p.m. – Have my dinner at Saga where I usually eat at Sakura. When my favorite worker is there, I get extra large portions.
7 p.m. – I go to my Investment Club meeting where we talk stocks and how they work.
8 p.m. – Head to the gym where I usually play pickup basketball with my friends (we always need new people to hoop with - come by!).
10 p.m. – I go over my to-do list to decide if I will be playing my PS4 or writing a paper that night, or if I have important things coming up, this is study time.
12 a.m. – I knock out for the day and get prepared for the next.
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