I originally compiled this list for Mr. and Mrs. Odell, but I thought it would be good for everyone to check out. Introduction to Anarchy and the Law: Ed Stringham Anarchist Theory FAQ: Bryan Caplan What it means to be an Anarcho-Capitalist: Stephan Kinsella But Wouldn’t Warlords Take Over?: Robert Murphy A 5-part series from … Continue reading Day 296 – Market Anarchy Links
I have a lot more photos from my Chicago trip, but I am not posting anymore after today. These past few days in Hillsdale have been beautiful! Check out William Clayton’s blog to see a beautiful Hillsdale autumn photo. I even had class outside yesterday! (The seminar I was in is not the one pictures … Continue reading Day 295 – Last Run of Chicago Photos
Taken during a riverboat architecture tour:
Click on the photos to view them at a larger size. The Chicago skyline on a dreary day, taken from the Chicago St. bridge over 90/80. EDIT: 90/94. Downtown urban art: This robot character was made out of the same thing the reflective lines on the road are made of. Evidently, someone got his hands … Continue reading Day 293 – Chicago Photos, Round Two
Hancock Building & Others Inside Cloud Gate (The Bean) at Millennium Park
All three pre-fall break exams are finished! Now I have to put the finishing touches on my Austrian Economics paper on the notion of cost and its use in economic regulation, and I will be on my way to visit Ryan in Chicago! Now, for the regularly scheduled program: 4 photos from the Charger Blue … Continue reading Day 286 – More Charger Swimming
A shot of ∆T∆ (pronounced Delta Tau Delta) in the homecoming parade: ∆T∆’s representative, Taylor Gage, was Homecoming King:
The Chargers had a victorious win over nationally-ranked no. 1 team in division II, the Grand Valley Lakers, this afternoon. The Chargers broke the Lakers’ 48 regular season game winning streak. What a wonderful homecoming! Read about the win at the Hillsdale College athletics page.
I looked out of my window while I was studying after dinner, and I saw this beautifully colored sky. (Just so people know, there are some birds in the photo. It isn’t sensor dirt!) After much rest, NyQuil, water, and Emergen-C, I am finally feeling better. Good thing, because I have the first round of … Continue reading Day 277 – Beautiful Sky
Coffee House is a venue where student musicians can perform for the campus in the student union. Hillsdale has some very talented musicians! Unfortunately, I could only stay for an hour. Click on the photos to view them at a larger size:
This photo was the sports sections header in The Collegian this week.
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:
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.)
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.