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The title of this blog contains a sample of classes provided at The Ohio State University. It’s scheduling season here at OSU, that means its time to make some important decisions for next semester. Now while the idea of deciding your future may sound scary, scheduling can actually be a pretty exciting thing!
Monthly Roundup = a series of short accounts of what’s been happening to me in March. My father does weekly roundups all the time for his blog, and honestly, March has been too haphazard for any semblance of cohesion.
Its been a crazy past three weeks. My team of eight Logos Theatre personnel went out with our performance The Basket of Flowers to three different schools in three different states, spending a week at each teaching a seminar.
Yes, Flip’s Father is a wrap! We finished all the filming for our short video in three nights of shooting – a pretty amazing accomplishment in the film industry. We ended our final scene at 0117 Friday morning (that’s 1:17 am for those who were confused). We have hours and hours of editing to do [...]
Okay, maybe not precisely . . . I guess I’m more of a walk-on. But nevertheless, I’m in a movie!
For my Fine Arts Honors GE requirement, I decided to take Intro to High-Fire Ceramics (Art 2500) and it is really giving me a run for my money!
At the end of last semester, our Mack Hall RAs announced our dorm theme for the spring semester would be Hogwarts. As a loyal Harry Potter supporter, I was beyond excited, even when I found out my floor was deemed Hufflepuff. As if living in Hogwarts wasn’t enough, I am also taking a freshman seminar [...]
Hello everybody! Its the third week of the semester, and boy am I tired. Between classes, spending time with friends, and adjusting to my first winter in Ohio among other things, I’ve been pretty preoccupied lately. Luckily, I’m able to find time to write!
What’s in store for this semester, FTK! (Buckeyethon, for the kids!) and more. No, I haven’t seen that movie (although I recently saw silver linings playbook—so good!), but this semester makes me feel “like a bomb before explosion” (so obsessed with that Adele song right now!). Now that I’ve probably used enough parentheticals and [...]
After a week of classes, it seems appropriate to look over the past 5 days and figure out what the rest of the semester looks like. From what I can tell, this semester is going to be the best yet, including quarters last year. I can’t say this is the best semester just by comparing [...]
Yeah, I’ll just never like the first week of any academic term. Everything’s all unfamiliar still and you haven’t settled into a schedule yet. I’ve been listening to my pump-up song all week to stay motivated:
I will prove that I know everything there is to make a well-informed, educated prediction from just the syllabi.
One five foot woman, a million lost souls. As Christmas approaches, we at the Logos Theatre paused to remember the missionary work of Lottie Moon, in whose memory thousands of Southern Baptist, Methodist, and other churches across the U.S. take up a missions offering every December.
The sad news is that this is the last time that I’ll be scheduling for classes at Ohio State. The good news is that this is the last time I have to put up with scheduling.
Scheduling is a funny thing. As my friend Sarah once said, “No matter how much I plan out my schedule, it always ends with me crying, something broken, and a 7 am class.” While Sarah does have a flair for the dramatic, with the semester change taken into account, I think that this time, she’s [...]
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