Brown U Quarter 1

My first quarter experience and impression of Brown University in the era of Covid. Brown U and ROTC pt.3 –Griffin A new college perspective after some mid-term results and another round of exams just next week, a trip to a military base to relearn some marching basics, and stolen markers. I got a lot toContinue reading “Brown U Quarter 1”

Brown U and ROTC pt.2

Some major changes to the Fall semester –Griffin I made it, Brown campus. I know, I know, Griffin you’re not supposed to be there yet you’re a Freshman what the hell. Well the Air Force told Brown if they didn’t start the Freshman cadets in the Fall they would take away our scholarships. Naturally Brown,Continue reading “Brown U and ROTC pt.2”

Creative Problem Solving

My thoughts on creative problem solving and some problem solving I have been up to lately. –Griffin People don’t think about it much but we problem solve on a daily basis. While most problems are quite rudimentary it is an important skill to have. Everyone enjoys problem solving, but not everyone enjoys the same problems.Continue reading “Creative Problem Solving”

Quarantine Hobbies

What I do when your civic duty is to stay away from everything fun. — Griffin Self-quarantine is awful, everyone knows that. So you’re looking for something to pass the time in between working, studying, and sleeping. Well, I got a couple things I have been doing lately that may inspire you to stop watchingContinue reading “Quarantine Hobbies”

Planning Travel During a World Pandemic

Planning a high school graduation trip in the era of Covid — Griffin Back in the Fall of 2019 I started planning a Summer vacation with my friends. I have been to Europe 4 times before and they were all eager for me to lead them on their first journey into the cultural enrichment thatContinue reading “Planning Travel During a World Pandemic”

Chemistry

Why I’m a Chemistry major while knowing nothing about Chemistry. –Griffin I have taken one Chemistry class before declaring myself a Chemistry major. Chemistry honors 10th grade, I learned one thing, how to draw a mole. No, not the unit of the animal. You could say I know about as much Chemistry as a 6thContinue reading “Chemistry”