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Volunteering at Mott Children ' s Hospital, Annie Maxwell signs a baseball hat for one of the children. Max- well volunteered at the hospital a few times a week. a day in the life 8:00am alarm goes off, hit snooze 8: 1 5am eat breakfast - Wheat Chex 8:30am Political Science 10:00am go home, check E-mail l():30am nap ll:30am English 447 l:00pm Italian 231 2: 00pm go home, eat leftovers from dinner 2:45pm go to gym 3:00pm practice 5:00pm get scouting reports 5:30pm lift at the Natatorium 6:00pm shower 6:30pm go home 7:00pm make dinner 7: 15pm go to Grad School Panel 10:00pm go to the Law Library 1 2:00am go home 12:1 5am go to bed 44 Annie Maxwell
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m in a. ire 6:40 am alarm goes off 6:49 am snooze goes off 7:00 am Ergometer rest 8: 1 5 am shower 8:45 am 15 minute nap 9:00 am Great Books 10:00 am go home 10:1 5 am go to Rescomp to print paper 1 1:00 am nap 12:00 pm discussion 1:00 pm Chinese 301 2:00 pm MSA phone calls 3:00 pm eat an apple, watch MTV 3: 1 5 pm ride bike to boat house for practice 3:30 pm practice 6:00 pm return home, eat dinner in room 7:30 pm MSA meeting 9:00 pm go home, shower 9:30 pm check E-mail 10:30 pm start homework 11:15 pm read, read, read 12:00 am visit friend downstairs 2:00 am more homework 2: 1 5 am get ready for bed 2:30 am go to sleep Mike Cutri 1 ci n 1 11 ^ candy out to one of the any trick-or-treaters in the ChicagoAdams ouse, Chang celebrated Halloween a few lys early due to an away game on October 3 1 . Kh room handed out a different kind of indy and the halls were decorated for the lildren.
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air earne Shelley Skopit dinner Grad I the Law i bed ^ " ^ by Jamie Weitzel fl ard work. School. Fair play. These are the aspects of student athletics at the University that Annie Maxwell hopes to pass down to the bright-eyed pupils she tutors through SHARE, a reading program through the athletic department that sends athletes to schools to work with kids in local schools. This is one of many community service activities that the sophomore LSA student participates in. Maxwell is also the volleyball student representative for the Student Athlete Advisory Council (S AAC). " I work on organizing readers every week for SHARE, getting schools to read at, and dealing with public speaking, and facility tours, " explains Maxwell. Maxwell, like most University students, does not have a lot of free time to herself. With academics, athletics, and community service to worry about, Maxwell is stretched to the limit. She even misses out on some of the traditional down-time activities at the University. " I don ' t have a lot of time to drink coffee, hang out after school, or party during the school week, " Maxwell remarks. " People always wonder why athletes hang out together. Now you know why. " Despite her many daily responsibilities, sophomore Annie Maxwell spends her limited free time giving back to the community through volunteer work, The naps she grabs during the day are sacred; Maxwell finds peace in sleep and wonders how so many college students go without it. " I am amazed at how obsessed I am with sleep. I wonder how people can pull all-nighters and manage to function the next day, " she says. " I can ' t afford to be tired a bad day of practice means a bad day. " There is a reason she is working so hard at everything now; that reason is her future. She spends her valuable evening hours at a Graduate School Panel, sponsored by the Athletic Department. " The most stressful part of the day was the turn around between practice and the Grad School Panel. By the time practice ends, all I want to do is relax and be lethargic, " Maxwell comments. " But tonight I had to eat fast and then leave the house again. " In addition, she refuses to procrastinate. " I would like to go to bed at 10 P.M. but we are traveling to State and Minnesota this week. I know that if I get behind now, the end of the week will not meet my expectations. " With her positive attitude and perseverance, Maxwell lives day by day, with her sights set on the future. Inside Michigan Life 45
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