Four more classes. Graduation and everything that comes with it is creeping closer, I can almost taste the freedom from academia. If only I could finish this class first. I am absolutely running on empty. The repetitive course schedules are good for building routine habits, and it’s nice to have an internal clock for when… Continue reading Without a Break
As a political science student, I have always enjoyed my classes surrounding public policy discussion more than courses based on research and theory. Call me a nerd (everyone does), but I loved learning about excise taxes and the merits of balancing individual rights with the public good. In Missouri, the example is cigarettes: we have… Continue reading The semester of campaign finance
Yes, I know I missed my Friday deadline for posting. I am disappointed in my (lack of) determination to fulfill my promise (to myself) to write a new post every Friday after classes. Now that I’ve called out my failure to keep a resolution, I can talk about a real issue: syllabus week. Now, I’ve… Continue reading Already?
As much fun as I had this summer taking J2150, I’m almost having more fun watch my friends go through it this semester. I love that they are going to get to play with all the cool toys, and I hope they enjoy it as much as I did! Today was their first class, where… Continue reading The new J2150