So at a lecture I was at about robotics last Saturday, I walked in to meet my friend and we were kind of looking at our phones and avoiding other people as per usual when the guys who runs the program (not the person/people who give(s) the lectures) walks up on stage and tell us that … More The Cruel Truth
Myself (left) and the one and only Mike Pigoni (right) posing after a successful first run for Hopewell’s Clue the Musical. Twas a very successful night cast and crew. Nice job.
Ah yes, that glorious time in the student’s year right before Thanksgiving break when the seemingly frantic rushing of teachers to complete their lesson plans results in the overwhelming influx of information and tests which is crammed down our throats in a hope to teach us something, when all that is on our minds, honestly, is … More Tis the Season
The snow season is ushered in by a light fall of snow over the night and rain this morning… which will probably freeze over and be very hazardous but ya know school must go on.
Well, it is officially over. The cross country season which started right after the track season ended, and finished officially today at the banquet, has been quite the ride. From running aimlessly around the back roads of my rural township in the preseason to lining up for the States meet and running with some of … More Cross Country Banquet 2014
So yesterday I purchased this jacket from one of those kiosks in the mall that was being run by a mother and her son (probably) and you could tell they were native american which was pretty cool because they were probably locally run and stuff. It was a solid $45, which isn’t bad for how … More Llama Wool Jacket
Another English assignment… hooray… but anyways thought I’d share it 🙂 “To be great is to be misunderstood.” -Henry David Thoreau Greatness is not restricted to the acceptance or approval of others, but is a trait that can flourish by being different and not conforming to the accepted values or ideas of a specific time … More “To be great is to be misunderstood.”
So, we were running through one of the busiest scenes in Clue the Musical, and the fire alarm starts blazing. Everyone kind of just keeps going for a bit, people continue to scurry around backstage to get to where they need to be, not paying much attention to the beeping. This only continues for about … More So today at Stage Crew…
So today, I woke up at the crack of dawn to go to Penn State Beaver to tour the nuclear reactor facility that is on campus with this Westinghouse Science Honors program. So we get there and attend some lectures, including an especially interesting one on exoplanets, and eventually get to go see the reactor … More Penn State Nuclear Facility Visit