Monthly Archives: March 2013

Snow, Laughs, and Worldviews.

If you have not already heard, it snowed here quite a lot a few days ago.  The surprising thing about this snow was that it came well into March.  It was as though Winter was trying to hold onto its … Continue reading

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Glee Club Campus Concert

Each year, the Wabash College Glee Club puts on a large campus concert.  It is our longest concert of the entire year, and it is what we practice towards for months on top of months.  This year, the Campus Concert … Continue reading

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Sickness and College.

One of the worst things about being away from home for college is the inability to be cared for when you’re sick.  Now, you may be saying to yourself, “Chris, you are 20 years old, you should be able to … Continue reading

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Psychology and National Act

Recently, my life has been consumed by psychology studies.  In one of my psychology courses, I partook in around 3 hours worth of experimentation for the class.  It was long, monotonous process.  However, the fact that this experiment will further … Continue reading

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Erin Go Bragh/Gaelic Storm

This St. Patrick’s Day blog is coming in a little late, but it is here nevertheless.  I spent my St. Paddy’s Eve in Chicago, the city with the third largest percentage of people with Irish ancestry in the US (according … Continue reading

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Balinese Cock Fighting.

Last night, Patrick Stroud presented for the Society for the Furthering of the Liberal Arts, a group on campus in which the members teach each other things that, necessarily, aren’t readily available through a Wabash course.  For example, last year, I gave … Continue reading

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The One Acts.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Chris, the Wabash One Acts haven’t taken place recently”.  You would be right but, I’m not writing about the Wabash One Acts, I’m writing about the DePauw One Acts (*gasp*). Last night, I accompanied … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Philadelphia.

As the proverb says, all things must end, even good things.  Today, we departed the City of Brotherly Love, and we are staying the night in Ohio before continuing on to Wabash College in the morning.  I have to say, … Continue reading

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Pat’s: the *best cheese-steaks in Philly.

The reason that the word “best” is asterisked in the title of this blog is because there are two warring Philly cheese-steak stands in South Philadelphia: Pat’s and Geno’s.  Some people prefer Pat’s and some people prefer Geno’s, and that’s … Continue reading

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Hello, Philadelphia.

The last two days have consisted of approximately 18 hours of bus rides, one Methodist mass (which was very Catholic), and the impromptu serenading of a food court.  So it’s been, what the kids like to call, real. Glee Club … Continue reading

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