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Hey everyone, it’s me again! I know your life has seemed rather dull lately, as I haven’t written in a while. I have been crazily busy the last few weeks. How busy, you ask? There wasn’t a night in the past week when I got more than 5 hours of sleep, and was lucky to get that. Bless the man who invented caffeine.
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So, classes. If it weren’t for classes, college would be fun 100% of the time. Yet, if it weren’t for classes, we wouldn’t be here anyway. Sort of a catch-22.
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I have all English-speaking professors this semester. Except for my Canadian Psychology professor, they are also all from America. Unfortunately, this doesn’t give me much material for jokes and humorous stories to send to you all.
Yes, I’m disappointed too.
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This past Saturday night was the annual CSF Friendship Dinner. This year the guys put it on for the girls to honor them as our sisters in Christ, and next year the girls will put it on for the guys, and so on. We had a formal dinner and put on a show with skits and things throughout. I was in charge of the tech side of the show, so I had to edit video clips, set up a projector, audio, etc., and then run it all. It was a lot of work and consumed all of my spare time last week, but it was fun and the show went really well.
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This week was one in which all the big class projects just happened to have coinciding due dates. As last week I was busy preparing for the Friendship Dinner, I didn’t really begin working on any of them until the beginning of the week. Sunday and Monday morning I wrote a five-page paper for English; the rough draft was due Tuesday and I think I did a pretty good job on it. Also due in English were two one-page-each journal entries on the readings he had also assigned. Monday afternoon, evening, and Tuesday I worked on a lab project for computer science that was due on Wednesday. Wednesday I then did a program for computer science that was due Thursday morning. Programs for computer science are generally pretty complex and I like to start several days in advance. Unfortunately, I didn’t have that much time, but much to my delight the program was easier than normal and God gave me a clear mind such that I was able to finish it Wednesday evening. This gave me enough time to revise my English paper, since the final draft was due this afternoon. And here we are, Thursday evening. Wow.
This semester I had my first run-in with an aspect of attending a secular university that, to be honest, I expected sooner. Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. In my first psychology class the professor went through an overview of the material we’d be covering. He mentioned that we would be briefly looking at the theory’s effect on the field of psychology (or something like that). He then commented, with a chuckle, “For those of you with differing religious beliefs, when that time comes you can just study the topic with an attitude of ‘knowing thine enemy.’” The idea that anyone could actually believe we evolved from monkeys absolutely baffles me. Since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, He gave them over to a depraved mind. Romans 1:28
Just as a side-note, my website has a new (easy-to-remember!) address. You can now reach it by going to www.joshclark.com. As I’ve discovered by the wide-eyed, jaw-dropping reactions of a few friends, I need to clear up a few misconceptions about website domain names. Usually when you think of a web address you think of some major corporation that has a website and expect it would cost a small fortune. Actually, they are very cheap and somewhat simple to acquire. Mine cost me a whole $8.50 for a year; that is with the website itself running off of UK’s servers for free since I’m a student here.
Now I’ve gone and gotten too “techy” for some of you, so I’ll leave it at that.
Spring Break will be here before we know it. Unbelievable.
Have a great week!