Over the course of my college career, I have been faced with several obstacles and drawbacks that have been a significant factor to my growth thus far. I believe that “everything happens for a reason” and that EVERYONE you come in contact with are placed in your life for a reason as well. Some people […]Read More... 3 Comments
Saturday once again and I couldn’t be happier. My math exam is behind me and I have a few days to prepare for my physics. Chemistry clubs activity night for children when well and I even got to take a practice GRE (that wasn’t so good). On a more positive note Chromium cook, the […]Read More... No Comments
Have you ever heard of Operation Beautiful before? Or Fat Talk Free Week? If not, then start paying attention because it’s something you’ll definitely notice around campus from now on.
Operation Beautiful is an international public awareness movement that was founded by Caitlin Boyle. “The mission is to post anonymous notes in public places for other […]Read More... No Comments
Today went well, and I was very happy that I did not have to go through a metal detector. I started out by punching holes into what had to have been three or four hundred papers for my Host Teacher, but I didn’t really mind that, because it was a good time-passer. Unfortunately, though, I […]Read More... No Comments
I must say, this has been one of my BUSIEST semesters at Oswego. And it’s all my fault. My schedule is usually jam packed but I always manage to add something else into the mix. Not only do I have three jobs, but I also end up doing side projects and volunteer assignments, while also going to […]Read More... No Comments
This should have been my fourth day of Practicum, but my ride was sick last week and couldn’t go, and I could therefore not go. I contacted my host teacher in advance, so everything was just dandy, because without my ride, I have no way of getting there. Anyway, something must have happened since my […]Read More... No Comments
We’ve seen all the news headlines; all the Facebook events that have been made by people crying out to the government to take action against teen bullying, so that a crisis such as five gay teens committing suicide over harassment in three weeks doesn’t happen again. It’s time for the government to stop ignoring these […]Read More... 1 Comment