- Aparna Dua's BlogMarch 10, 2009
Friday marked 99 days until graduation!
- Jane Sturges' BlogMarch 9, 2009
In which I recover (mostly) from a weeklong sickness, finish the term by the skin of my teeth, go to Boston, and return for Spring Break.
- Collin Hazlett's BlogMarch 7, 2009
It is the end of Ninth Week! The pressure is on, and I am... pretty sleepy, actually. Let's see what we can do about that.
- Aparna Dua's BlogMarch 4, 2009
Done with comps!! Done with comps!! Done with comps!!
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogMarch 3, 2009
Comps is done! Holy cow! It's GREAT to not have to think about it anymore (even though I obviously am) and not I have all this free time to devote to other things. So here's a countdown that's been rolling through my head the past few days...MORE
- Claire Weinberg's BlogMarch 3, 2009
- Jane Sturges' BlogMarch 2, 2009
... So everyone is buried in reading, writing, presentation-making, studying, and silly Youtube videos. Myself included - I have a 15-20 page research paper draft due tomorrow. I will post probably tomorrow or Wednesday. Sorry guys.
However, you should know that my writing playlist is consisting of the Magic Flute - that's right, the German opera composed by Mozart. This music is being shared on iTunes by a linguistics prof, Mike Flynn. Thank you Mike Flynn!
- Collin Hazlett's BlogFebruary 27, 2009
This post is about a game which we are playing in my Classics class. If you are in my Classics class, no fair reading this. That's cheating. If not, read on!
- Claire Weinberg's BlogFebruary 24, 2009
Liz invited me home over spring break.
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogFebruary 24, 2009
My final draft of comps is due Friday, so I've not really been doing much this past week. Well actually that's a lie, I've done a lot, but I should have been doing comps (for those of you who don't know what comps is, it's a major specific project that is basically our senior thesis). So instead...MORE
- Aparna Dua's BlogFebruary 23, 2009
One of my friends recently remarked (from personal experience)- “At Carleton whenever conversations get awkward, you can always bring up the weather!”...
- Jane Sturges' BlogFebruary 22, 2009
As you know, I am in a CAMS class studying French and German cinema. I am here to tell you about the best of the best of these movies. Full disclosure: many are VERY graphic or unsettling - none are a really safe for kids, and most have violence in varying forms, mostly graphic and onscreen. Many are unrelenting. There's also a lot of offensive language, but that's probably less of a problem for most people.
That said, many of them are LANDMARK films in the French and German post-war cinematic landscape.
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