Aug. 9, 2013—Many of you might have read my last post with the question, what about my laptop? Can I bring that to class? Really, it depends on your professor. Some will allow it, others won't. It also depends on your class. Do you really need a laptop when you go to Financial Accounting to write out your debits and credits? Didn't think so. Here are some pros and cons of bringing your laptops to class.
Feb. 24, 2013—With just one week before spring break, midterm season is upon us. I have two exams this week and a project due, but compared to some of my friends, I suppose I got off easy. Here is the short list of things standing between me and my beautiful family in sunny Miami Beach.
Jan. 23, 2013—This weekend was a long weekend in observance on MLK Day. Monday was fully programmed with optional activities in observance of the holiday. I attended a watching and discussion of the Inauguration in Rand, for example. Because of the long weekend, I was able to indulge in dinner off campus and some movies.
Dec. 13, 2012—Today, I am coming to you from my kitchen table in warm and sunny Miami Beach. I'm sorry to brag, but nothing compares to the euphoria of finishing finals each semester. If I'm being honest, here, I will say that this semester my finals weren't actually that bad. But either way, finals are finals and I lived to tell the tale.
Nov. 8, 2012—I’m so sorry for the short hiatus. It has just been a crazy few weeks. I can’t even begin to tell about all that has happened here since the last time I blogged. I guess then, I will just choose a few of my favorite things. 1. I only have one more test between now...
Oct. 23, 2012—Today, in Rhetoric of the American Experience 1865-1945, we had a guest lecturer. Professor J. Michael Hogan, from Pennsylvania State University came to talk to our class about rhetoric and the Progressive era. Then, I also attended a talk that he gave later in the afternoon to the entire Communication Studies department.