Tradition. Traditions help keep the spirit alive at Texas A&M. In 1922, April 21 became the official day for Muster. You spend the day reminiscing about good times at A&M, but you also honor the fallen Aggies from the past year. Young and old. New members of the family. Those who fought in the world…Read more Softly call the muster…
The show on Discovery Channel is quite intriguing. If you have never heard of it, you should check it out. I feel very incompetent after watching some of those survivalists...But I digress. The name of the show, it got me thinking. Naked and Afraid. When you expose yourself to someone, I mean truly expose yourself. Not…Read more Naked and Afraid
As graduation creeps up on me, everyone always asks the same question, "So what are you doing after graduation?" Or something along those lines. I always have the same answer. "Hopefully get a job." But it's more than just a paycheck I want. I want to write. I really do. This blog by Andrew Toy…Read more …But why writing?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihoR9B7p-1Q Harish Manwani gave this excellent TED Talk about business models. Not many people find business interesting, but I think this notion that profit is not always the point is very interesting. After working in retail, I've become a lot more cognizant of different businesses and what they're doing for the consumer. I've realized that…Read more Small Actions, Big Differences
I have three and a half weeks to make it count. That's twenty-five days to get my GPA at its highest. That's 600 hours to learn something as an undergrad. Four more weekends to enjoy my fellow classmates. Thirty-six thousand chances to make something memorable. Just a…Read more Four Weeks
So I'm actually supposed to make a blog for one of my classes. How convenient. I've decided to make a list of stuff I've learned about myself and my generation in college, but not actually in a classroom or from a book. 1. Millennials love lists. Especially about themselves (which brings me to number 2).…Read more What I’ve Learned Outside the College Classroom