I guess this is the part where I give a cliché moment of describing myself? Alright well, my name is Joe, but I have been called Jay for years so I prefer it over my actual name. I’m not really from the Bronx. But I’ll explain; I was born in White Plains, raised in Yonkers, […]Read More... 1 Comment
I apologize for my absence on the blog scene. I have had a lot going on, but when don’t I?
So this summer, I didn’t get the chance to go to Italy, the financial aid didn’t come through in time so hint of advice, DON’T WAIT! I saw some pictures of a few friends who […]Read More... No Comments
I’ve been thinking a lot about purpose and motivation lately. How we (the college folk) come to college because of our dreams and there ability to become reality at college. From waking up early five days a week to workout till we drop, to going out of our comfort zone to make friends, we […]Read More... 3 Comments
It has been a wonderful start to my senior year and I am very excited about everything thus far. Classes are going great, there are many extra-curricular activities to get involved in, and there is also a new addition to residential life which we call the Village. The classes which interest me the […]Read More... 2 Comments
So, the semester has definitely been going much better than how it started out, although I do really miss Waterbury. At Mackin, though, I have a really awesome roommate with whom I am getting along great. I really feel like the whole situation has worked out for the better, and I am happy. I am […]Read More... No Comments
So as I have said before I am taking PED 237 Martial Arts this semester. It is still nuts!
The instructor definitely reminds me of Yoda. This class makes me feel like some sort of Jedi. As dorky as that sounds there is no real other way to describe him. He makes us do intense workouts […]
EVENT: “Peace and Unity Walk”
DATE: Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, 9:30 a.m. gathering, 10:15 a.m. walk
PURPOSE: The African, Latino, Asian, and Native American coalition’s (ALANA) “Peace & Unity Walk” aims to build positive and lasting relationships (personal/professional) among college students (of multicultural backgrounds) at SUNY Oswego and the Oswego community.
TIME: We will gather Sunday, September 19, 2010 at approximately […]Read More... 2 Comments
As this is my first blog post I suppose I’ll give you a little background about myself. My name is Kalib St.Ange I am a sophomore, and I’ve traveled all the way from Brooklyn NY to study chemistry. It was my quest for discovery and independents which brought me to Oswego. Being a science […]Read More... No Comments