Friday again! After the regular meeting--during which we presented our presentation outlines--I went straight to starting my powerpoint. Alexa had brought her friend from school, so we talked a little. With Matt not in the lab yet, that was all I could work on. I modified the extremely long title to fit on the slide, and researched the life cycle of stars (especially the AGB phase). The three hours before lunch were all taken up by this; at 11:45 I went down to the cookout. This week's cookout was a little different as most of the interns played soccer instead of volleyball. Yiqun brought a mini-ball, so Nate, Matt, Jason, Kevin, Yiqun, and I played World-Cup. Even though it was extremely hot and sunny, I enjoyed it. At one, I went back to the air-conditioned lab to work on my presentation. However, Matt had showed up, so we talked about the final steps of our project. I'm supposed to run all 8 data sets once more to output the final versions of the light curves, something that'll take upwards of 6 hours. I left at 2:30 because of the 40-hour time limit, and rode my bike (I borrowed one from the CIS building) to the hotel.