School registration began on Monday. Unlike the normal 15 minutes required for online registration I have always used in the U.S. in Botswana we do it old school. This means standing in line, meeting professors, and begging leaneancy. Being a first year graduate student my classes were preset, so I didn’t have to make my own schedule. This saved a couple of days, because there were only a handful of master schedules for the entire school and most people just went from department to department asking the schedule. I didn’t notice many people being vocally upset at the long process, only a couple of people I met expressed frustration. This does not mean that a lot of people don’t like the system, but are simply familiar with it and the processes.