Tag Archives: Chuck Klosterman

It’s the end of the year, Christmas time is here

It’s hard to believe that another semester is almost in the books, this year has flown by. Media Interpretation and Criticism is the first communicationclass that I have taken at Trinity and we have covered a number of interesting topics. For … Continue reading

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Fittingly and finally, the end is near.

This apocalypse-themed course is reaching its final cadences as the semester drives toward the climactic and stressful finals season. I appreciate the structure of this course–finishing projects early spares us an extra burden during such a hectic time. I can … Continue reading

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The Spirit of COMM 2302

I still remember the first time I blogged at the beginning of the semester, and I can’t believe that this will be my last blog post for this class. We have exhaustively covered a significant amount of material both in … Continue reading

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How is it already December?

I don’t know how it’s already December.  Time must have passed at the same speed as it always does, because there is no other option than that.  It’s just our perception of time that changes on an almost daily basis. … Continue reading

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Ghosts of Semesters Present and Future

This past semester has been a wild ride. It has taught me many important lessons—do not wait until the last minute to start on an assignment (especially the video trailer project), never fear asking a professor for help, and there … Continue reading

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One Last Hoorah

Well, it’s now the end. No, not the apocalypse, but the end of Communication 2302 (see what I did there?). I must admit whole-heartedly that I thoroughly enjoyed taking this class. It has had its ups and downs, but for … Continue reading

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A Horrific Feast

It’s interesting to consider that our fears could be generated by memories of fictional experiences rather than actual experiences. But that is what so many horror movies are based on—recycled disturbing or overly-naïve characters deliver gruesome and suspenseful plots that … Continue reading

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