Through all the different assignments we’ve done this semester, I feel like an overlapping theme has been decision making. With the podcasts we have to choose which path to take in talking about the game, with home-tasking we have to decide on an interesting but yet doable task, etc. The constraints of “normal” writing haveContinue reading “SQ14: Decision Making Tree”
When I first saw this side quest, I was sitting in bed next to my quarantine best friend: my life sized bear toy. I was instantly inspired to recreate one of the most iconic scenes in film history. I hope all of you recognize the scene and enjoy watching my rendition of it. Here’s myContinue reading “The Lion King: Quarantine Edition”
For this side quest, we had to do something interesting with a pair of “trousers” (this sounds ridiculous to me… they’re called pants). The first thing that came to my mind was a trick shot. If you’re wondering why the video cuts off at the end, it’s because the ball bounced out of the cupContinue reading “The Trousers Shot”
I decided to turn my kitchen into an energetic ping pong stadium. I’ve been playing a lot of ping pong games with my sisters during quarantine, and describing them as exciting would be an understatement.
I, along with Will and Sadie, recently completed a podcast analyzing Chess (https://eng101s20.davidmorgen.org/ready-set-game/chess-the-game-of-strategy/). The conception of this podcast was rather unorthodox given the circumstances. Usually, podcasts are recorded with everyone sitting around one microphone, but that setup would have required an extreme violation of social distancing. Instead, each person recorded their own lines alone, andContinue reading “Chess Podcast Reflection”
These past few days and weeks (maybe even months who knows) have been pretty uneventful. All I do is sit around with my family, do work, play video games, and sleep. Every day. Same schedule. So, I saw my suitcase laying around and decided I’d make my camouflage side quest a bit metaphorical. Sometimes IContinue reading “Getting Bored of Home…”