A Week in the Life
Another week done!
Though my midterms were last week, this week proved be another busy one--but here are some exciting highlights!
- No. 1
- No. 2
In my Writing for the Screen course (Film 33) on Tuesday, we workshopped, or provided suggestions, for each others' screenplays. The evening brought a grueling erg test, that actually went quite well for me!
- No. 3
On Wednesday, my Gov seminar traveled the 50 or so yards from the Baker Berry Library to the Rauner Special Collections Library to view the original Encyclopédie and its plate collection, both published in the mid 18th century, as well as the first edition of the Wealth of Nations, published in 1776. After class I headed to rowing practice for the evening on the Connecticut River. The day was capped off my fraternity meetings that night.
- No. 4
- No. 5
Friday was another exciting day. Judd Greg, a former US Senator and Governor of New Hampshire, spoke at my Gov 3 class. We had the opportunity to ask him a plethora of questions about his experience and the current state of US politics and policy. And the day ended with, you guessed it, more rowing!