I know you guys are expecting me to start off my first blog by letting you know how my summer went and what are my plans for the semester but today I have something completely different for you, something that’s way more important… Don’t worry eventually I will give you the update! Here is the [...]Read More... 2 Comments
This week, the Theatre Department will be hosting a Blood Drive to help promote “Blood Relations” but more importantly, to do something good for our community. The Blood Drive will be Tuesday, September 22nd though Thursday, September 24th. Each day, the Red Cross will be in the Campus Center (above the ice rink) from 11:30 [...]Read More... No Comments
SO, now that you know about my trip to Ghana, which is by itself amazingly exciting, you should learn more about my other items of interest and activism.
I’m currently involved in Students for Global Change here on campus, which I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts. We are basically an umbrella corporation that [...]Read More... 4 Comments
So things are starting to settle down now that i have been here for almost 3 weeks. I have my apartment (and I am working on the internet). I officialy signed up for my univiersity here in Paris. It is called Paris 8: Saint-Denis. It is only about 15-20 min from my apartment. I have [...]Read More... 4 Comments
I am a Theatre History/Criticism major, and a chunk of the work I do involves an art form (and yes, I said art form) called Dramaturgy. American Dramaturgy today tries their best to recreate the successful models found in Germany and Europe, however this makes our jobs vast, ever-changing, and difficult to define. Out [...]Read More... 1 Comment
This is going to be so exciting! My name is Steven DiMarzo, and as my biographical information says, I am a Human Development major with minors in Conflict Studies Management and Business Administration. I am originally from Oakdale, NY, which is a small town on Long Island, but I live in Oswego all [...]Read More... 2 Comments
There’s a lot of people on campus who spend their time reading, playing video games, or lounging around their dorm room.
I can’t be one of those people.
Even before school started I’ve been running around preparing for school, setting up social events for my Fraternity, and working at Cooper Dining Hall. It’s fun, but very tiring. [...]Read More... 1 Comment