I finally went ahead and dropped out of my Cultural Policy, Aesthetic Value, and Urban Community course. It was a lovely class, and I would have liked to stay a part of it, but it had the most reading for me to do, and as a result I'd been falling behind far more than was acceptable.
Unfortunately, I had a presentation to do the day of the course. So I talked to the professor about it. Dr. Koritz recommended that I come in to do the presentation anyway, since it would be a nice show of what's to be expected (other students would have to do presentations throughout the rest of the year). So I nervously got up and talked about Bourdieu
for a whole hour and a half. Apparently people enjoyed it—as much as you can
enjoy a man as thorough
And after I was done, I dropped out of the course. So now I'm taking 18 credit hours, and my schedule is a lot
lighter. So, I've decided to rush for a fraternity
. It sounds like it could be a lot of fun, especially since it's co-ed and promises that the people welcome to the fraternity are from all walks of life. A creative writer in a business fraternity? Stranger things have happened. After all, I'm a web developer and a technician at Tulane's Academic Technology Support Services. I fix computers for computer science majors, which is still funny.
Oh. I have an interesting picture to share. But that'll come later. My HTTP and FTP are screwing up. Well, not mine: Tulane's. So I can't get anything up. On the plus, I did finish "Providence." I'll have it up on my website in the space of about a month, I think. I need to get it workshopped, then I'll do some retouching and unveil it.
Now it's John Mill and John Dryden for the rest of the week.
That's right. What of it?