(Sorry, I’m excited.)
ENGL 391: Intermediate Poetry Writing (3:30 PM – 4:45 PM)
MATH 504: Fourier Analysis (1:30 PM – 2:20 PM)
GEOL 435: Glaciology and the Dynamic Frozen Earth (2:30 PM – 3:20 PM)
GEOL 404: Geology of the Pacific NW (3:30 PM – 5:00 PM)
IFIT: Advanced Wall Climbing (9:30 AM – 10:20 AM)
FCS 275: Experimental Foods Lab (12:30 PM – 2:30 PM)
CS 453: Advanced Robotics I (5:00 PM – 6:15 PM)
Heyyyyyyyyyy so let’s do this nonsense again.
Because we can always hope that the world won’t be broken by fall, right?
THE 471: Directing – 9:30-11:20
MATH 247: Transformational Geometry – 15:30-17:00
PHIL 443: Philosophy of Language – 15:30-18:00
IFIT 105: Wall Climbing – 9:30-10:45
GEOG 390: Cartographic Design & Geovisualization – 12:30-13:45
CS 453: Advanced Robotics 1 – 17:00-18:20
How many credits is that? I DON’T CARE I NEVER CARED HAHAHAHAHAH
It was like 400 degrees in Moscow today (slight exaggeration), so I decided to walk around the city instead of go on the Moscow/Pullman trail (since there’s no shade and no water and a lot of heat and sun out there).
[Side note: it is quite difficult to walk 15 miles in Moscow. I did have to go on the trail for about three miles because I ran out of places to walk in the city. I could have stayed within city limits, yes, but it would have involved a lot more looping.]
After I’d wandered around the east side of town for a bit (why the hell is Mountain View still lacking a sidewalk that goes all the way from the highway to the pool? MADNESS), I decided to walk through campus. I haven’t walked through campus in quite a while, since any time I walk in Moscow, it’s either on the trail or in the UI rec center (which is still the best rec center at any university, fight me).
I was getting a nice, warm nostalgia bath as I wandered around amongst the buildings I’d spent so much time around/in. But then I went into the Ag Sci building and was hit with the mother of all nostalgia waves.
Lemme ‘splain. Both of my parents worked in the Ag Sci building for the majority of my life. When I was in elementary school and we had a day off for religious reasons or what have you, my mom would bring me into campus and I’d hang out in Ag Sci. I think I sat in on my dad’s classes a few times, too (just coloring in the back of the room, haha).
Once I started going to school at UI, my dorm was literally across the street from the Ag Sci building, so I’d always go visit my parents (particularly my mom) when I was done with classes and headed back to the dorm. I also used the Ag Sci computer lab all the time before they finally shut it down. Heck, I taught statistics in that big auditorium room (the same one my dad always taught in).
In short: I spent a lot of time in that building.
So walking through it today for the first time in quite a while (at least three years, maybe longer) was a super nostalgia trip. Even just walking down a flight of stairs – holy crap.
Sorry, this blog has absolutely no purpose. I just wanted to mention the nostalgia. I know nobody cares.
EEEEEEEE I’m nervous about stuff. Let’s pretend I’m going back to undergrad at the U of I this coming semester. What would I take?
JAMM 323: Sports Reporting – 15:30 – 18:20
MATH 555: Groups and Fields I – 8:30 – 9:20
CS 121: Computer Science II – 10:30 – 11:20
GEOG 390: Cartographic Design and Geovisualization – 12:30 – 13:20
MATH 575: Graph Theory I – 13:30 – 14:20
GEOG 313: Global Climate Change – 9:30 – 10:45
FS 110: Introduction to Food Science – 11:00 – 12:15
ENGL 419: Writing for the Web – 12:30 – 13:45
Yes, I know I’ve done this like ten times. I don’t care, it’s fun.
Also, that set of classes is 24 credits total, but we all know I gave zero shits about credit caps when I was actually in school (and in fact had one semester with 25 credits), so…