May 6th is my last day of the semester, which is next to impossible to believe. Where has this semester gone? It doesn’t seem like all that long ago that I was at home during Christmas Break, and this semester hadn’t even started yet. Now, it’s almost over, and as happy as I am that […]Read More... No Comments
You know what bothers me more than people who don’t care about the environment at all? The people who advertise “going green” one day out of the year, while negatively impacting the earth every other day of the year.
With all of these Earth Day clean-ups going on around central New York and all over the […]Read More... No Comments
This week has been a very busy week for me. But when I think about it, this week has had a common theme. It has been all about connections.
I created a unit for my students on the environment. We have been learning about animals, geographical features, the environment and nature. My students keep asking, “Why […]Read More... 1 Comment
I did not observe an English class today since I did that last week. Shortly after arriving, Ms. Patapow asked me to grade quizzes for her, which I did. I then filed the graded papers for her. At around 1:30, I went to a meeting with her and an English teacher named Cara Greene, if […]Read More... No Comments
Mother Earth Week is coming up NEXT WEEK AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
On a sidenote: I’m stressing out right now. Amidst my several articles due for JLM 310 and 309, papers for Eng 220, exams for Fre 202, homework for GLS 316, upcoming concert and voice lessons for MUS 497, events to organize/publicize for JLM 495, AND putting together […]Read More... No Comments
Happy April! Things have finally settled down within Student Association, for the most part! Steven DiMarzo was elected president after a long, hard fight. Some people are still angry but all I have to say to those who are still angry is, why? We’re all here for the same reasons as the end, the students […]Read More... No Comments