Americans are rich, selfish, greedy and unhappy. That’s the impression I get from my generation. It seems that if we think about other people we might lose everything we have, and we can’t let that happen. After all, status is determined from the money we have, the excess junk we can waste […]Read More... No Comments
So, I have some good news. I am officially an employee of the Office of Learning Services. I will be tutoring for English 271, which is really good. I could really use the extra money, even though I already have one job. Last semester, I took English 271, and it wasn’t long before I realized […]Read More... No Comments
Actually, no such thing as killer ostriches but made you click!
It has been a great nine days since we have been back to oz. I got a new cool roommate, classes are rolling, and I have been super social.
It is weird when you come back to college your home life falls away so fast. You […]
Bill Pullmen, the name sounds familiar? Besides his theatre credits, he appeared in several movies including, “Spaceballs”. Not a movie fan? Maybe you had heard his name as a punchline of a joke on the TV show “American Dad” or “The Simpsons”.
The entire festival was excited to hear that actor, Bill Pullmen, was going to be our keynote speaker. Not […]Read More... No Comments
Sometimes, I wonder if maybe I post entries that are somewhat too personal. I mean, my understanding is that the purpose is to share college-related experiences that will maybe help high school students considering SUNY Oswego understand what life here is like, and sometimes, I share very personal stories, and maybe that isn’t appropriate; I […]Read More... No Comments
As I count the days down towards graduation, I also have to count the sleepless nights staying awake to fill out grad-school applications, making arrangements for prospective job opportunities, and also re-arranging my final plans. But I have realized something, every time I tell someone, ” I really don’t know how I am suppose to do […]Read More... No Comments
So far, this semester couldn’t be any better. As some of you may know due to my entries written during Winter Break and even before, my friend David is here, and that has been a lot of fun. He is just an all-around fun person to be with. In addition, I think that my classes […]Read More... 1 Comment
Festivities started right after registration with a Cold Reading Workshop where actors worked together to fine tune their cold reading audition skills. The opening ceremony closed out our long day of traveling and running around the IUP campus.
I’ll let the videos tell the story.
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Go to them. They are good for you
I am back in Oswego after an amazing trip to NYC with my best friends this weekend. My classes are awesome and I can’t wait to get into them more.
I am taking eco 383, economics in baseball, eco 327, economic history, com (some number), advanced public speaking, […]Read More... No Comments
Today, more than any day I have been here, I have realized how much I love the school, the people, and the community at Oswego. Things have been very stressful lately with some issues I’ve been facing. Having the people here, at work, my friends, and what I consider family, has really helped me get […]Read More... No Comments