Earlier this year, the Associated Press published a piece about the idea of study abroad, what it meant in the context of higher education, and how students can make, and have made, it more than just a month or summer … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2011
The Internet is volatile, malleable, constantly in flux. As it progresses, new social networking tools develop daily. Whether it’s Web 2.0 or 3.0 or whatever.0, I have some requests for those developing these tools. And when I say some, I … Continue reading
Euchre might be my new favorite card game.
Kemps is definitely driven more by the signaling than by the cards. Kemps, unlike most of the other games we play in colloquium, is not rooted in a long history. Instead, it is most well-known at summer camps and other … Continue reading
I’ve found that I’ve been making my posts all relatively the same length, so I’m going to start trying to vary that more, starting with this post. Poker tonight fell apart, seemingly in part due to the lack of actual … Continue reading