trafficking awareness campaign on the union green, “if you want to know what it feels like to be a slave, come try out our experience station.”NO.
Please support Global Peace Exchange at First Friday tonight down at Railroad Square Art Park! We will be offering baked goods and yard sale items for donations to our summer projects this year (working with Bright Kids Uganda Foundation in Uganda, Clinic Nepal in Nepal, and our longest running development project in Kigali, Rwanda). Please contact me if you would like to contribute anything to our table tonight (or at future events! We are also looking for certain donations for our Nepal project).
I realized today that FSU has been selling this hoodie with a skull wearing a feather headdress for a couple months. Or someone has.
People have been wearing them a lot, lately.
Also, on game days, sometimes people wear headdresses.
Seminoles didn’t ever wear headdresses like that… from what I understand… They wore hats with a feather or two in them sometimes… but not headdresses….
This concerns me.
those sweatshirts are being sold by olde fields clothing at market wednesdays and also in their shop on gaines. i was just talking about mixed feelings about this and related designs with ryan today. also there is an image of a guy with garnet and gold face paint and a headdress on flags hanging from street poles on campus and around town. anyway, the sweatshirt is super popular and they can barely keep them in stock week to week.
Thank you to the fsu student who decided to go around campus painting the tardis, this makes me so happy. #doctorwho #nerd #tallahassee #fsu #floridastate #college #tardis #sexy
this would be nice if it weren’t tagging brick. that’s a pretty dick move, though i’m sure that wasn’t the intention.
Just got off the phone with Hari Bhandary of Clinic Nepal, the organization I interned with in summer 2012 in southern Nepal! He and his wife, Srijana Bhandary, will be visiting FSU campus for a presentation at the Globe Auditorium on Tuesday 1/15 at 6pm. They are a couple of the most awesome people in the history of the universe so anyone in Tallahassee on that day should definitely come because there will be excellent discussion on sustainable development, delicious Nepali food, and information about how you can get involved as an intern for this summer. This is a terrible advertisement which is not meant to be an advertisement because I will be making flyers and all of that later — I AM JUST SO EXCITED AND YOU SHOULD BE TOO!
that moment when you buy a textbook for a class and it arrives after finals week is over.
that’s okay because i wanted it anyway. pretty good class: media and politics with jaclyn bunch at FSU. warning: she will rick roll you.
bad new is, i have come to find it is incredibly slow. might have to invest in my own.
i’ve had my first two days of classes at FSU. my schedule is awesome. intermediate chinese, political geography, introduction to international affairs (which is going to be boring as hell — they started the requirement recently, and you can’t test out of it even if you know the material), and (my favorite) emerging democracies in northeast asia: korea, taiwan, and japan.
and all of it for the humble fee of around $7,000. for tuition alone. and i spent about half of that on my entire AA degree.
also, probably going to this tonight: