Oakland Reporter February 8, 2006
It’s funny how things don’t turn out the way you expect them to sometimes. From the beginning of the quarter, the class I worried about the most was comparative literature, since the other three classes I could study hard for and prepare for, but english was a more subjective subject based on the teacher.
Turns out, I’ve done the worst in the classes I’ve studied hardest for, and the best in my english class so far. God has shown me that no matter how hard I try myself, things don’t always turn out the way I want, but it definitely helps. Thank you God for blessing me academically so far.
Upstairs MU is one of my favorite places on campus. Usually during the day when I go to read, theres not many people there, and I can take two sofas, stick them together and make a nice bed to read and sleep in.
There’s good progress with our flooring installation at home. The dining room and living room are done already, and it’s projected to be all finished by friday.
During lunch, there was a cameraman going around and filming people eating in the dining hall. A reporter then went around and interviewed people on camera. We asked them about it as we were leaving, and discovered that they were from an oakland news station doing a story about something with genetics.