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The Stresses of Group Projects

May 11, 2012


When someone is working alone, they usually plan out what tasks they are going to do and when they are going to do them. They find their own resources, and use their opinions to mold and form an idea into a great project. But imagine sixteen people, all with different opinions and ideas, trying to […]

King Henry the VIII and the Catholic Church

November 17, 2011


When someone mentions King Henry the VIII, the immediate thought that is transferred through the mind is of all of King Henry’s dead wives. The second thought is an image of a fat, ill man with a large ginger beard.  But this isn’t exactly what King Henry was; he wasn’t one who slouched around and […]

Procrastination and Mistakes

November 10, 2011


When I first decided that I would like to enroll in Age of Exploration, I knew the hardships it entailed, as well as the amount of self-management that came along too. However, now that I am in Age of Ex, and it has been a good too months, I don’t as much regret the decision […]

Mid-Project Report

November 2, 2011


When I began this second project, I did not know much about the Reformation. I had recognized the name, but I was not sure exactly what it entailed. Before diving into the challenges that this project presented me with, I first tried to gather as much basic information on the Reformation as possible. While digging […]