“That’s not my job.” “It’s not fair.” “I didn’t sign up for this.” “That isn’t my responsibility.” “I don’t feel like it.” “I did do it right the first time.” “I did that last time.” “It isn’t my turn.” How many of these have you ever said? I have probably said most of them, plenty [...]
Since the dawn of time, mankind has instinctually sought out shelter. A cave, a tree, a dormitory – anything to keep the elements away from our delicate complexions. However, as this trend began to catch on, space became increasingly difficult to come by, and as a result, considerably more expensive. Therefore, our ever-resourceful ancestors sought [...]
According to the calculations of the CDC, about 5.2 million children between the ages of 3 and 17 have been diagnosed with ADHD. And, apparently, I have been to school with about half of them. Now, I am not a medical professional, but I do have a theory about this. Guys, I don’t think we [...]
In today’s modern Renaissance, we seem to have resurrected a number of old trends. In this decade alone, cut-off shorts, black and white photos, and plastic-rimmed glasses have all made a comeback. Incredible new technology is in use to make everything look as old as possible. My household, for example, has abandoned the Q-tip in [...]
Okay kids, it’s August again. You may have fought it, and valiantly so, but it came just the same. This means a variety of things, depending on your stage of life.
Georgia College was treated this week to a glimpse of old time radio magic with the Department of Theatre’s “The 1940’s Radio Hour.” The audience was whisked away back to 1942 and became a radio show’s own studio audience. The show opened on a stooped old man, played by freshman theatre major Trey Barnett, trudging [...]