A cliche subject, a cliche scenerio.
Aside from final exams and final projects and final codewalks, three-fifths of my classes have ended. My time for the next week will be spent working on a book, writing up Psychology experiment results, completing a model of the inner brain, and explaining to my professor why I don't have many tests as he and the two TA's grill me and my project partner for an hour.
Yesterday evening and today -- two lengths of time that blurred together and were bisected only by a brief 40-minute nap in my seminar class -- consisted of finalizing what could be called the Computer Science capstone at this college. The final project of my Software Construction class is 7000 lines of mostly-good Perl and the result of days of pair programming. It has become a multiplayer client/server networkable game, and I'm looking forward to pitting our players against our other classmates.