Sometimes, your classes can get the best of you. Have you ever put off a huge project until the last day before it’s due? Ever let your homework pile up over the course of the week? These two things can work together to make you feel overwhelmed, stressed, and buried in work. Contrary to… Read more »
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When I started Graduate School in late August of 2012 graduation seemed distant. Now, in the midst of my second semester, it seems to be coming up quicker than I thought. Though most people will explain Graduate School programs in years, 1-3, in the grand scheme of things Graduate School is only 4 semesters. When… Read more »
Whatsup bloggers? The time has finally come! The artist performing at this years Spring Concert has been announced! I’d imagine you’ve all been as excited as I was for this huge announcement. As stated in the title, this years concert is to be put on by famous rapper Wasalu Muhammad Jaco–Better known by his stage… Read more »
Like most students on campus, I’ve been as busy as ever juggling jobs and classes, relationships and hobbies, and most of all… me time. This also means that I neglected updating all of you with how my semester was going. So, here it goes. It’s been a long one. It’s interesting to see how far… Read more »
We are already two weeks in and I am trying to figure out where all the time has gone. This year was always guaranteed to go by quickly because (drum roll) I am graduating! This semester to be specific, into the winter I came and out of it I will go. Knowing that the end… Read more »
The afternoon poster session stretched through the Campus Center concourse and featured students from a variety of majors sharing their research and knowledge with others. Here are a few scenes:
Submitted by Aubrey Mulvey This Quest program was a content analysis of the television coverage of the 2008 presidential election through broadcast, cable, and public television. The program started with Diddi giving an example of bias in media. He pulled up an article which had the headline “CNN is less biased than Fox.” The speaker… Read more »
Several art students demonstrated and discussed their media in the Campus Center arena. They showed how to work in such areas as book arts, painting, printmaking, throwing ceramics and 3D mixed media. Very interesting session with talented students.
Students in our human-computer interaction graduate program presented several sessions at Quest, many related to video games and learning. Among them: You can also see a video of Graham rocking out during his presentation.
Recently I find myself increasingly curious about meditation, yoga and obtaining peace of mind. I am not sure if it has to do with all of the Oprah programs I am watching or more the desire to find a way to keep my mind clear enough to write when I am up against the deadline (as I… Read more »