Life at EC is continuing to be as entertaining as usual. Classes are going well, the people are still as outgoing as usual and everything is still purple. The other day I decided to take a nap before my animal behavior class. If I knew that the intended 20 minute nap would end up being an hour and half. I would have not taken a nap. This made me 15 minutes late for class of course. Once I got to class I realized that we were going to be playing with mice. Or to be more scientifically correct. Looking at the behavior of the mice and assessing their social interactions. I just want to say that I was not a fan of this lab and I am going to leave it there. If you want to know what happened write a comment and I will be sure to tell you. Let’s just say it is not appropriate for this page.
This week we had open mic night and this event took the college idea of treating everyone like an individual too the extreme. Some people should just realize that they don’t have what it takes to be the next Beyoncé or Taylor Swift. I don’t think they get it. Even though singing is one of our oldest traditions, no one is ever asked to sing alone. So please don’t ever do it unless you are sure of what you can do. At open mic night I was able to see some good talent and some not so good talent. I was really impressed by Beth Sharry ’13 who originally accused me of not knowing anything about country. Lol. I must admit I am not an avid country listener but I do seldom listen to Carrie Underwood; that is only because she is ridiculously hot though. So maybe Beth was right after all. The point is the girl can sing.