Last year, I managed to not get any sicker than a sore throat or sinus problems. Nothing I had to miss class over. I am not so fortunate this year. I caught a bug which managed to take me down. I slept 16 of the past 24 hours and missed 3 classes today. I went … Continue reading Day 273 – Sick Away From Home
The fountain pens I ordered from xfountainpens.com arrived today! I’ve been practicing writing with them, and I hope to use them exclusively after I get used to them.
A few shots from the auditions for Red Herring and rehearsals for Our Town. It looks like this year is going to be a good one for the Hillsdale theatre department!
Tonight, Amanda and I went to the SAI Ball! Photo by Shannon Odell:
Here are two of the men who live in a house named “The Graveyard.” I took the photo for The Collegian, but it ended up not running. Oh well.
I took photos for a Collegian article this week that featured senior Tyler Sharette, co-owner of The Dark North. The Dark North “is a burgeoning apparel and entertainment outfit with aims to discover and promote emerging talents, be they musicians, athletes, designers or anything in between.” Check out the Collegian article, and visit The Dark … Continue reading Day 267 – The Dark North
On Day 249 I wrote about Illum’s photos in the New Internationalist 2010 Planner. Mine arrived in the mail today! (Sorry about the low quality photos.)
Today I thought about the blogs I read authored by people at Hillsdale. I want to recognize them because I think there are wonderful insights and photos on these blogs. Please check them out. WilliamClayton.com William Clayton’s photo blog. I link to this often-it is worth visiting. I learn new things about photography every day … Continue reading Day 265 – Hillsdale Blogs I Read
Part II of my Studying on the Quad series. I was walking around campus taking photos for the college last week, and I saw my friend Casey studying in what was left of the dwindling sunlight of the late afternoon. Hopefully the college will use some of my photos of students studying outdoors in its … Continue reading Day 264 – Studying on the Quad, Part II
Today’s lesson from watching flag football: Make sure you always grab the flags, not someone’s shorts. Also, it is useful to have an extra pair of shorts in case someone does not follow the first lesson and rips your shorts to shreds.
At their first evening game in 3 years, the Hillsdale Chargers football team had a shutout victory over University of Indianapolis. Here are a few shots from the evening. Click on the photos to view them at a larger size:
This photo ran in The Collegian on Thursday. Read the corresponding article.
I had a few photos in the Collegian today, but here is one I took that did not get published. It was supposed to go with an article that ended up not running this week.
Tuesday night’s speaker, James Ceaser. More about Hillsdale College Center For Constructive Alternatives.
Today, economist and professor David Henderson visited Hillsdale today and gave a talk to Praxis, the political economy club. David Henderson blogs at Econlog. (This is not a photo from the CCA. I have yet to edit those photos.)
I have only been taking photos for paper assignments the last few days, as I have been pretty busy with homework. So, here are some cool links I found today. I will post a photo from the CCA tomorrow. A Pigeon can transfer data faster than South Africa’s Telkom : Now might be a good … Continue reading Day 257 – Links I Found Today
I rarely hand my camera off to someone else, and I rarely wind up in photos. When I do, however, here are the kinds of things I find on my camera (or on Facebook) afterward. I thought some of you might enjoy these:
Scenes from the Mock Naval Battle in the Arb Pond:
Here is a shot I snapped of Dr. Weaire teaching at the outdoor forum. After the fog cleared this morning, the weather was beautiful, and many professors took their classes outdoors. Click on the photo to view it at a larger size.