March 21 - April 19
Everyone knows what you are capable of, but try not to burn yourself out this semester; your friends will truly appreciate it.
Apr. 20 - May 20
It has been more than three weeks since fall semester finals, so it’s time to stop loathing that one professor who prevented your SIO chart from having a slope of zero.
May 21 - June 21
Yes, there is snow on the ground, and you do indeed have on your winter clothes. And yes, one of your professors just walked by you not paying any attention, but no, it wouldn’t be a good idea to throw a snowball at them.
June 22 - July 22
If you’re looking for a sign of positive reinforcement about a decision you just made, this sadly isn’t it, but it’s a start. Keep looking and the answer will become clear — but if it hasn’t by Thursday then find someone to talk to, and fast.
July 23 - Aug. 22
Be bold, be daring, and get noticed as the kid in the weirdest-colored winter coat there is.
Aug. 23 - Sept. 22
Tonight you will be having the most delicious dinner. Everything will taste great, and even though you are full, you will keep eating because it tastes wonderful. Then, reality will hit and you will sadly realize that you are at Skibo.
Sept. 23 - Oct. 22
The weather outside is frightful and staying in your bed is much more delightful. But as long as you go to Carnegie Mellon, sleeping in guarantees you’re screwed.
Oct. 23 - Nov. 21
Please do not file a report with Campus Police after buying textbooks. Even though a jury of your peers would gladly convict book publishers for robbery and extortion, Campus Police doesn’t have the manpower to investigate this crime.
Nov. 22 - Dec. 21
You’re an Ophiuchus now... good luck with that. Sorry, my telescope is too cheap to figure out what the stars are saying in your part of the galaxy.
Dec. 22 - Jan. 19
Just be frank and up front. Let your textbooks know that there is another literary element in your life called a novel, and that you like the novel more.
Jan. 20 - Feb. 18
The sky looks pissed; the wind talks back. Sadly this is the forecast for the week, and not me singing the first lines to an Ingrid Michaelson song.
Feb. 19 - March 20
It will be okay — just 49 more days until spring break.