A Junior’s Mind


College. Sports. School. SAT. A junior’s mind is often filled with random thoughts, varying in levels of importance that overwhelm students on a daily basis. A person is standing on a ladder looking at a junior’s mind and the labels and colors on it. The largest part of the brain is the one labeled as “college” because junior year is when most students feel pressured to make a decision regarding their academic future. In addition to this, many students also have large sections of time and energy dedicated to any standardized testing necessary to get into college as well as the excessive homework that comes with junior year. The smaller sections represent issues that are important in the lives of many juniors, but not as important when compared to more life-changing issues. In the center of the brain is the piece labeled “sleep,” which is colored a pastel purple to represent the lack of sleep that is associated with junior year and its high workload.