Ok, so when you think of France what do you picture? Maybe Berets, cheese, wine, baguettes, or perhaps people smoking and sitting at cafes drinking coffee. We all have stereotypes which are formed by publicity and the media. Generally these are not always true, they are just clichés that we have been programmed to believe [...]Read More... No Comments
Due to our crew hanging lights this week in the lab theatre, the director has moved rehearsals to a classroom in Tyler Hall. I am pleased to announce that as of last night, all skeleton blocking is complete! Tonight we will begin running each act, the director will make any necessaryadjustments to blocking, and the [...]Read More... No Comments
The Theatre Department recently hosted the annual “Department Tea” at Fallbrook here in Oswego. The Tea is a chance to socialize with faculty and peers outside of class. Each member of the faculty and staff brings goodies (fruit, cookies, cheesecake, etc.), tea and coffee are served, and anecdotes are shared.
Wow, this has been one crazy week! Basically, today is Thursday, and I haven’t been to classes all week, because I have been that sick. This past weekend, I started to feel a little weak, and I felt a minor pain in my throat, but that has happened to me before, so I just drank [...]Read More... No Comments
Here I am, sitting in my room, and of all things, I’m actually thinking about how much I absolutely love college, and no, I ensure you, I am not insane. Just a couple of weeks ago, I was completely and entirely stressed, because I was so overwhelmed with work that needed to get done, and [...]Read More... No Comments
Recently I have become a little more interested in political affairs. I always said, “I’ll never become involved in politics. They’re so contradictory and not worth my time.” It wasn’t until last year’s presidential election that I realized how important my vote was. I am so thankful that Obama was voted as president. Since then [...]Read More... No Comments
Today representatives from our athletic teams went leaf raking in Oswego! SAAC (student athlete advisory committee) set up this volunteer activity for us. It has been something that happens every year, and it’s really cool because we get to help out the older people in the community and also make Oswego look nice! The athletes [...]Read More... 1 Comment
As Halloween is coming up, everyone is starting to get into the mood of dressing up in costumes, making jack-o-lanterns, and learning a performing Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance as part of an attempt to break a world record of the dance simultaneously performed. Okay, maybe not everyone, but 50 or so of us were [...]Read More... 2 Comments