We've realised that, if I'm willing to sacrifice 1) sanity, 2) a social life, 3) TV, 4) recreational reading, and 5) free time, I could get through UT with a double major by next December. If I give up sleep, I can even do it with University honours. It's the recreational reading and sleep parts that are holding me back (and the free time, a little bit; how can I tell you about my life & times if I don't have time to blog?).
But, it turns out that being a Spanish major is not as much fun as I had hoped. Upper-level foreign language classes in today's universities are geared towards those who want to teach the language, not those who merely want to use it. So, I've met with my advisor. And barring a change of heart, at the end of this semester I'll remove Spanish as my second major (I already have enough classes for it to be my minor) and add Liberal Arts Honours. Thus giving me more time to focus on rhetoric, which I love. Excellent.
And since I have enough Spanish classes already completed (including this semester) to fulfill my minor requirement, all that is left is for me to finish Rhetoric classes and a couple more lower-level classes that I missed due to being a transfer student. Even more excellent.
And finally, I actually have one more class than necessary for Spanish. Which means if I'm really struggling in any of them, I can change it to a pass/fail class before the end of the semester. Excellence abounds.