It sure has been a while since I have posted a blog entry, but boy, has life been busy. As a graduate student, I am taking three grad classes, and I also have a job as a Desk Attendant in Sheldon Hall, where I am also currently living. I am a Pride Alliance member (thanks [...]Read More... No Comments
(NOTE: This is one of those blog entries that I probably should’ve started working on much, much sooner. Perhaps one could consider this a testament to the amount of adventures I’ve been having as of late?)
As I write this, I’m not currently in Oswego. Or in New York State. Or even on the North American continent.
Nope, [...]Read More... No Comments
“Today, when politics is unconvincing even as entertainment, science has taken on the role of mankind’s deliverer.”
– John Gray
Here we have it: this year’s Steinkraus Lecture! As science becomes increasingly intertwined in our everyday lives, it is ever more important to understand how it all works within the constraints of our society and culture. [...]Read More... No Comments
In the recent weeks, I have always had something to look forward to on Monday nights. No, I’m not talking about Monday Night Football, although that can be true as well. I’m talking about Monday night trivia in Cayuga Hall.
Six weeks ago, my RA convinced me to join her team in what would be a [...]Read More... No Comments
September 18th was a big day around campus and it had nothing to do with college. It was release day of Apple’s new operating system, iOS7.
When midday hit, the Wi-Fi across campus took a beating. Hordes of people began syncing up their phones to receive the highly anticipated update. For the iPhone loyalists out there, [...]Read More... 1 Comment
Many times college students have a reputation of not being beneficial to their communities or active participants towards making a difference. However, I, along with the Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) fraternity have set out to prove that this is simply not the case here at SUNY Oswego.
Oswego Community Cares Day, being held on October 13th [...]Read More... No Comments
The Asian Student Association is one of many very fun clubs you will find in SUNY Oswego. President Thomi Kamilla leads the club with his Executive Boards who are alongside him to help ensure everyone gets to know one another while experiencing engaging events happening throughout your time here at SUNY Oswego!
The ASA welcomes [...]Read More... No Comments
Every college student has been encouraged to get involved and to make the most of their years at school – probably so much so that it may get annoying to hear at times. But people don’t just say this to be nagging; there really are benefits to doing something with your time. Surprise!
Not [...]Read More... 1 Comment
If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.
You may not have known it at the time, but when you decided to come to SUNY Oswego, you entered into a sort of social contract. By making the choice to pursue a higher education degree, you [...]Read More... No Comments