It is actually proving very difficult. Even for an "emo paper." ("Emo papers," as defined by fellow Westminster student Halley, is when the faculty makes you write about your deep dark feelings.)
We've written a lot of emo papers for Westy, and it doesn't get any easier. You are supposed to write about your thoughts/feelings, but only your Westminster approved thoughts, and a lot of the prompts have not so subtle suggestions to describe how you were a racist/bad/evil teacher pre-Westy, and an amazing/culturally sensitive/AWARE* teacher afterward.
Describe how Westminster changed you in an academic, APA style thesis.
Write a journal about how Westminster changed your life.
Write a reflection piece, in first person and APA style (wtf, am I supposed to cite myself in the bibliography? Mormonchildbride, S., A. (2009). My Thoughts. Salt Lake City, UT: My Brain.) on how Westminster basically rocks.
Sigh. I'm so near to being done, yet so far away.
Vomit all over my face.
*That was for you, James.