When I’m in Bailey Hall and Dr. Maas plays a video and turns down the lights I see it, hundreds of glistening lights in the darkness. What are they? The glowing minds of bright students? No, they are laptops, and lots of them. So why am I in the lowly darkness? That’s right, it’s true, [...]
Psychology 101 is the largest single lecture class in the world, taught by Dr. Maas in Bailey Hall. At about 1300 students, the class is larger than many entire colleges. It has a good reputation and has been recommended by many people I know. My friend kramtark is also taking it, check out his post [...]
I really like my single in Becker this year. The pictures here progress from before moving in, to right after moving in, to 28 days after the zombie invasion. The room comes with some nice standard things such as a large closet, a desk, a bookshelf, drawers, a bed, and a chair. It’s all new, [...]
I’m reporting back as promised in my post from last week. This week went okay, but it could have gone a lot better. I started off the week well, doing work well before it was due and this helped me a lot later in the week. But then as I feared might happen, I started [...]
I woke up this morning to this view out my window: This is the construction site on one of the new west campus dorms.
Yesterday I got a rude awakening as to the difficulty of my current courses. What I thought would be ample time to finish my work, almost all of Sunday, turned out to be insufficient for me to properly learn the material and to complete my problem sets. The work I handed in today was poor [...]
My schedule this semester isn’t terrible, or shocking, but it is a little odd with most of my classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and very few on Tuesday and Thursday. Wednesdays are the worst with six and a half hours of continuous class. As long as I eat before class that day I am [...]