Ok. So many thoughts and too many feelings. This week, many of CMU’s offices and organizations collaborated to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Memory in a week long series of events and performances. Because of the what’s been seen in the news for the past two-three years, I felt compelled to be a part of […]
So the fall semester is finally under way. I have returned back to the Resident Assistant position in Kulhavi Hall, serving Transfer students from all over the country as they begin their career’s here at CMU. Furthermore, I am still an engineering student, still a program coordinator, still in a fraternity, and still a TechOps […]
Don’t roll your just eyes yet. I know, i’m just another kid voicing his opinion on the internet about the events that happened in Charleston, South Carolina. I get it. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, please crawl out from that rock you’ve been living underneath. Or do a google search. I’d provide a link, […]
Originally posted on infinite satori:
“Travel is never a matter of money but of courage. I spent a large part of my youth traveling the world as a hippie. And what money did I have then? None. I barely had enough to pay for my fare. But I still consider those to have been the best years…
The FADER is a New York-based music magazine launched in 1999 by Rob Stone and Jon Cohen. The FADER documents a range of emerging music, style and culture. Their issues give insight on up-and-coming artists in the music industry, and for the most part are really intriguing to read. Check them out.
This entry is in response to an Article by Vivek Wadhwa for the American Society of Engineering Education’s Publication “PRISM.” Innovation is the product of creativity, strategy, and forward thinking. With an abundance of innovative technology, the future seems to be coming at us exponentially faster; and the predictions are incredible. This article by Vivek Wadhwa outlines […]
Last fall, during my first semester at CMU, I participated in the Alpha Leadership Experience. The following semester, I volunteered with the program as a facilitator (which, as it appears, is an experience I did not blog about…. oops.) Alpha has been a part of my schedule each semester so far, and it’s looking to stay […]