Monthly Archives: May 2008

Leaving Too Soon

     -Brent Graham ’09      It has been a long and eventful week and I am sad that this is our final day in the city. I have come to enjoy this class almost more than the class I taught for two … Continue reading

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Learning In and Out of the Classroom

-Brett Sanders ’09 What a terrific experience on Wednesday!  During the morning hours, all three of us, including Scott Liska, Mitch Palmer, and myself were able to fully experience Chicago’s public transportation.  Needless to say, the CTA is definitely a … Continue reading

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School, Shovels, and Sox

        -Eric Shaver ’09         Our third day of teaching began just a bit later in the day. An extra forty-five minutes of sleep due to a shorter day of classes gave Dan, JT, and I an added boost of energy, something … Continue reading

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Shenanigans

Dan Schwanekamp – As a group, Eric Shaver, Josiah Roberts, JT Moore, and I left for Von Steuben at 6:15 this morning. After Eric downed a Red Bull, we caught the 6:20 train to Kimball. We beat the professional crowd out, riding … Continue reading

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A Whole New World

    -Josiah Roberts I am an not an urban man, and this experience has opened my eyes to a whole new set of experiences. I have never had to navigate through a huge city before, let alone on public transportation, so … Continue reading

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First Day on the Job

Mitch Palmer ’09 – Today we started off at an hour we all hope we don’t have to see again until we get into the real world. After battling between ourselves and the other residents for the one shower on … Continue reading

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Cow Brains and Gas Masks

-Scott Liska ’09   Today was our first chance to visit the city after recovering from yesterday’s day of travel. It took a little longer than anticipated to get ready due to the fact that there were only two showers … Continue reading

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