Friday, November 9, 2012

Happy Fountain-Jumping-Day!!!

For those of you who do not know, the Concordia Seminary in St. Louis offers a crash-course on Greek Grammar to prepare seminarians for the Greek they'll need to know when reading the New Testament. At the end of the class, the students take a qualifying exam which becomes a pass or fail grade for the term. Needless to say, the students are pretty happy when they pass this test (the ELCE). Perhaps, they are too happy.

In fact, they're so uncontrollably joyous that it has become tradition to jump into the campus' water-fountain upon successful completion of the test.

After a long, hard, quarter of Greek boot-camp under the fearless instruction of our Captain, Pastor Professor Sell, we were ready to take the jump.

Most of our Fall Greek Class
But, even after a long time studying and a whole night filled with emotional rollercoasters and online test taking, we needed to wait for Voelz' class to show up. Once they did, things got pretty wet.

Now, we're finally ready to move on. The moment we had been waited for all quarter came to pass.

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