Written by Kiran Mital

Describe your UF Honors experience and we’ll tell you which iconic UF Fall 2020 event you resonate with.

1. Welcome to your freshman year as a UF Honors student! First order of business, what are you majoring in?
A.  Biology (on the pre-med track)
B.  Public relations
C.  Music
D.  Undeclared

2. You’re at the Honors Involvement Conference seeking new activities to engage in. Which of these Honors student organizations sounds the most appealing to you?
A.  Student Honors Organization (SHO)
B.  PRISM Magazine
C.  Honors and Aprons
D.  Honor Chords

3. It’s 3:00 a.m. on a school night, where are you right now?
A.  Cramming for your test in Library West
B.  Ordering food at Chomp-it
C.  Asleep?
D.  Watching movies with your friends in the common areas

4. Choose an (un)Common Reads course.
A.  Volleyball Strategy
B.  The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
C.  The Odyssey
D.  Hamilton

5. Choose another Honors course to take.
A.  One-semester Honors general chemistry
B.  Introduction to public speaking
C.  What is the Good Life? (the Honors version)
D.  Engineering design and society

6. Even Honors students need a break from coursework! How are you spending your (socially distant) free time?
A.  Viewing the latest exhibitions at the Harn Museum (with your mask, of course)
B.  Enjoying fresh air at Lake Wauburg
C.  Baking a loaf of sourdough bread
D.  Starting a podcast about your favorite niche topic

7. You figure you should start planning ahead for graduation. How are you amassing your Honors points?
A.  Participating in undergraduate research
B.  Serving in a leadership position
C.  Completing the H-Box
D.  Studying abroad

8. Finally, Hume West or Hume East?
A.  West is best!
B.  East is beast!
C.  Who needs these petty rivalries? We’re all a family!
D.  I’ve never even lived in Hume.

If you got…

Mostly As: the 2020 Gator football season
You’re a hard worker who knows the importance of earning your recognition. Despite a few rough spots, you always find a way to make steady progress. You understand that the journey is more important than the ending and that gaining experience will only help you in the future. If you just make sure to work on defending yourself and remember not to throw anyone’s shoes, you are sure to find success.

Mostly Bs: #SpamGate2020
In other words, this was the massive reply-all email chain that flooded the inboxes of hundreds of unfortunate students and faculty members. You’re able to make a name for yourself with your humor and drive. You’re ambitious and tend to go out of your way to do things that were never asked of you, but hey, at least you gave everyone a good laugh during those lonely quarantine months, right? Oh, and why are there two Garretts here?

Mostly Cs: Zoom classes
Your ideas might seem unconventional at first, but ultimately you manage to make them work. You’re an extrovert that has missed seeing your friends throughout quarantine (though you’re never opposed to staying home in your pajamas). Your attempts at productivity are often plagued with technical difficulties, funny chat messages, and distracting pets. Yet at the end of the day, what matters to you are the great experiences you got to share with your peers and the friends you made along the way.

Mostly Ds: the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium fire
You’re not quite sure where you started, but that’s not important. You shine bright, call lots of attention to yourself, and burn your own path. You also manage to resolve your problems quickly and efficiently.