Doing my schedule for next semester, I'm struck by all the courses I want to take but can't because I've straitjacketed myself into my majors (and minor). It almost makes me reconsider, but... oh well. It's strange to think that I only have two more years, really, to play the student. Some courses I can't take this semester:
History of Ancient / Early Modern Japan
Introduction to Old English
The Existentialist Imagination
The Postmodern Bible
Hopefully things like MIT's OpenCourseWare will extend more into the humanities, and I'll get a chance (and find the motivation) to take them up after college. That's my only consolation. Ah well, vita brevis, et utique numquam totas res habebis.
Why did I just start wrting in Latin?