In my Sophomore Interdisciplinary Studies class, Genius, Madness, and Creativity, there was an interesting comment made about how people who are both mad and creative often tend to enjoy snowstorms. At first, I could not understand this.
Today, when it snowed, it finally clicked! Snow is creative! I am sure that right about now you [...]
FYS and SIS are two of the most common acronyms you can expect to encounter on the Hill. For McDaniel students, these three-letter terms roll right off the tongue, but for people who aren’t yet a part of the McDaniel community, these terms are probably unfamiliar, at least in the contexts in which McDaniel students [...]
After successfully completing the first week of the second semester of my sophomore year, I know this semester is definitely going to be amazing. That’s not to say I do not have a bunch of work, but all of the work is enjoyable. I am reading the most interesting book for my Honors Sophomore Interdisciplinary [...]
Like many, I love the internet. I love social networks, goofy videos, Tumblr, and memes of all sorts. (I even wrote a paper analyzing the rhetoric and genre of Advice Animals for my Approaches to Everyday Discourse class last semester. It was a fun experience–I got to spend gobs of time on the internet while [...]