Monthly Archives: January 2010
So, today was my first day of class. The class, Cultural Criticisms: The Popular and Everyday, was at 11, so to be on the safe side, I left at 9.30. (Un)luckily, leaving an hour and a half early was a … Continue reading
Today took us to the Tate Modern, where we saw a large dark box, some nice paintings, and the like. I also asked one of the more bizarre questions ever asked at any museum. A friend of mine at Harrow … Continue reading
When you tell someone that you did something “alone” it sounds depressing, even if you’re just letting them know that you performed the action without anybody else around. I learned this when telling some people that I wandered around London … Continue reading
The people have spoken (Nolan Hartley, Rachel Steinhauser, Forest Whitaker) and they want more. Sadly, there isn’t much new to tell you. Today I met with an advisor to sort out my timetable and such. Expectedly, I will be taking … Continue reading
So yesterday, aside from eating a crazy hamburger, I explored London with my new friend, Frank, and an old friend from Skidmore, Jerry. We got a little acquainted with the tube system, which I will need to learn very quickly … Continue reading
It’s called the Kiwi burger. Accompanied by some New Zealand brewed beer. Good.