1. There’s bound to be plenty of cheesy eggs and bananas at LDC-- those are some hot commodities.
When I was in middle school I loved Bionicle. I collected nearly every character and comic, played the games, watched the movies, and even got on message boards whenever I could.
This week the Pew Research Center reported that the number of religiously unaffiliated Americans has reached a record high.
1. Apple cider; hot or cold, it is always a delicious treat.
2. All things pumpkin- muffins, carving, seeds, pie, and of course bread.
Before I begin, I would quickly like to apologize to all of my professors for the mental acrobatics I’m about to do in the jared’s galleria of jewelry that is historical and philosophical theory; mea culpa.
1. Paint them green, glue them back onto a tree, and pretend it’s still summer; denial is a happy place.
The recent Apple maps app flap has gotten quite a bit of attention in the news. It represents a big company making a (actually rather small) changeto their devices with massive ramifications for its users.
Every few months, I become a new person. Not all at once, and not in a “born again” sort of way. It’s a gradual transformation: over time, my thoughts, feelings, and attitudes about the world and how I fit into it seem to shift.
Information overload is a bit scary. There are so many new ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and opinions coming out every second that it seems impossible to keep up. I find this incredibly stressful; it makes me feel that for every second I’m not keeping up I’m slowly slipping behind.
1. Attend Russ Petricka’s step aerobics class- let’s face it, you wouldn’t last longer than ten minutes anyway.
If I took a quick survey in Sayles today (randomly sampled to prevent against bias, of course) I imagine that I would find most everyone on campus has been sick, is sick, or will soon be getting sick.
Protests abound in the Middle East, and for what? What has come of the past months of youth revolt and government tumult in the intersection of Asia, Africa, and Europe?