I’m finally settling back into the groove of things in Oswego, and it’s starting to hit me that I’m a senior. What?! Yes, a senior! After four long, yet unbelievably fast years, there are only seven months left until graduation. Therefore, this is a blog of reminiscence. And if you know me well, you understand […]Read More... No Comments
Well since it’s technically saturday and I’m hopped up on too much caffeine to sleep I thought I should write.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about (yes its one of these blogs again) what being a chemist means. Dictionary dot com defines it as a specialist in chemistry (Dictionary dot com defines chemistry […]Read More... No Comments
SUNY Oswego Black Students Union and the Sigma Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha present Community Comfort an afternoon of Scholarship, Soul Food and Bonding.
The Goal of this Program is to aid students with the transition into college life and more specifically life here at SUNY Oswego. We are providing you guys successful strategies, tips, […]
So it’s been over a month since I moved into The Village, and love it (well kinda). I love that I don’t have to keep my whole life in my room (ex: toiletries, towels, food, coats, laundry supplies). I also love that when everyone is burning up in the heat, I’m relaxing in the central […]Read More... No Comments
So, a lot of the work I do on campus and via blogs and articles and such is to promote environmental living. But, I feel like when people hear the word “environmental” and “sustainable” they shut down or they just write it off as a movement. I’m just curious though…. how many people really […]Read More... No Comments
I’ve finally started to catch up with the semester. The fourth week just finished, with a bang might I add, and I feel like it’s going to end so quickly, already. I’ve been very busy and very involved on a lot of what is happening on campus over the last few weeks. As the president […]Read More... No Comments
Ever come across that song that just… sticks to you? Yup, I’m one of those people… I’ll put 5 or 6 songs on a playlist and listen to them over and over again. Sorry, future drivers stuck next to me at a red light… I’m gonna go ahead and inconspicuously belt out the lyrics to […]Read More... 3 Comments
Today didn’t turn out quite like last week did, because like Corcoran High, Henninger runs on a block schedule, so the teacher’s schedule was not the same as it was last week. The first class that I observed was taught by a young male teacher who I really liked. My regular Practicum Teacher had to […]Read More... No Comments