Despite gray clouds and early class start times, IU students made it to the first classes of the spring semester.
After three classes and a nap on his first day, junior Curtis Hill said he was already ready for spring break. Others were more optimistic.
"I was very productive all day," junior Giselle Montero said. "I want to get straight As, but I'm a little nervous about that because it's a little overwhelming."
Other students weighed in on their first day experiences in audio interviews near the Sample Gates.
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