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For the first time in my life, I can say I’m happy to be taking summer school. High school me would faint if I said those words. I’m only taking two classes, but with how my life is going right now I feel like I can take on the world.
Whoa it’s been a while. Blogging is back in my life once again. Sophomore year was insane. Everything from work, to school, to changing majors, to my faith life, I’m happy to say that my sophomore year has been the best, out of my first two at least. I’m not going to trouble you with [...]
After only a year at The Ohio State University, I am proud to say that I am no longer the student I was in high school. Though some things have dropped, I am confident that the path I am on now will prove to be most rewarding for me in the future.
Well hey. I guess you can say I got swept up in the end of the year and that would be true! I got really involved with my church and then finals came along and things were really crazy. But I am back home now for the summer, a birthday has passed (yes, I’m nineteen), [...]
Even though I’m a senior (for a few more days, anyway), my senior spring semester course load wasn’t a joke. I had an internship, a graduate-level history of art class, and two other courses. So how did I luck out so much with finals?
After weeks of shooting, editing, and losing sleep, the short film that Anthony and I made is finally done.
Now that my time as a dorm-dweller has almost come to an end, I have decided to reflect on my experience living on-campus as a freshman. To make it easier to gather my thoughts, this post will be divided between the benefits and the pitfalls of living the dorm life.
I remember when I first got to college, I thought, Hmmmm. I don’t think I’m going to like it here. And I didn’t like it. Because it was different from high school. Because not all my friends were around anymore. Because it was so overwhelming and scary. My thoughts included: how the heck am I [...]
Perhaps it’s because I am now a student in college, but summer vacations no longer equate to long hours lounging in the sun and doing nothing. In fact, as summer approaches I am feeling more and more desperate to fill my time with productivity.
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!
So if you are following Anthony’s blog or follow either of us on twitter (@michael_faga or @awindsorii) you will know we are making a short film. And it’s epic.
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.
Take it from me. I could say I don’t have the best of luck, and that would probably be a true statement.
Obligatory: Sorry it’s been forever since I last posted. I think I got way too much love for my last post and I pretty much lost my mind for awhile. Around 10 people shared my ski team post– granted, they are all members of ski team– but it was a huge deal to me. Perhaps, [...]
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.
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