It’s fitting that my semester ended with fireworks; the explosion was the only balanced reaction to the three weeks prior. I am certainly better off after it all, however.
Hey there! Here’s a game I have finished development for in the Undergraduate Game Development Class. It will be presented May 13 at the Game Development Showcase. (I’ll write more about that later!) In the meantime, enjoy this two-player experience!
I often get asked by prospective students what tests are like in college. Well, here’s your answer.
There’s nothing more fun than a road trip – well, except maybe a road trip where you sing.
The byproduct of being in a number of student organizations, other than a severe lack of free time and a sharp increase in meaningful friendships, is the opportunity to travel all kinds of places for conventions, tours and meetings.
Applying for scholarships is one of the more frustrating things someone can do. But, it can also be one of the most rewarding as well.
In his address to Congress tonight, President Obama spoke extensively on the issue of education, and the affordability of college in these tough times.
On Sunday morning, Jeffrey Weng, a sophomore at UT Austin in the Butler School of Music, passed away.
It’s a longstanding tradition at UT to rip everyone who’s not in your school for certain stereotypical qualities. For example, my roommates are engineering majors, which means they have no social skills, another of my roommates is an RTF major, which means he has no idea what he wants to do after he graduates, and [...]
Monday: was a relatively mundane day, on the whole. I spent the afternoon, after my classes, playing Rock Band on and off with roommates.