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So much has happened in the past ten days. I went to an anthropology club meeting last week and heard some incredibly interesting stories from a professor relating to coprolites and palynology (which might develop into my doing archaeological + entomological research next year). A good friend had to go through an emotionally painful experience involving her ex-boyfriend and a friend/coworker over the weekend; it's been eight days since I last slept in my own bed, as I've been spending the night over there to help if she needs anything. Events seem to suggest something approaching the form of a love trapezoid - or even a hypercube - rather than the more traditional triangle. A new café opened here in town recently with absolutely delicious raspberry hot chocolate. I kissed Wendy on the cheek at the start of the week. A physics major tried to argue with me on whether insects are in the phylum Chordata. It started snowing in Pullman again. I had my first exam today in archaeology. One of my professors from last semester said she's going to nominate me for an anthropology scholarship. Life keeps moving forward ...


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Jan. 27th, 2006 11:25 pm (UTC)
I was in a room with six physics majors last night; with all the text books, homework, and caffeinated beverages scattered everywhere it looked like they were studying for a midterm, but it was only a regular assignment. It looked a bit like a physics slumber party, actually.
Jan. 28th, 2006 01:46 am (UTC)
Oooh somebody's in love.

Man i'd wish it'd snow here. Instead it's all sunny. Though it was raining the other night.

And congrats on the scholarship nomination!!! I'm pulling for you, man.
Jan. 28th, 2006 04:15 am (UTC)
Wow! Congratulation on the nomination. Hope things'll go even better from here. :)
Jan. 30th, 2006 09:30 pm (UTC)
Thanks, Inok! I hope your workload isn't so hectic for you in the months to come. =)
Jan. 30th, 2006 03:08 am (UTC)
hey! this has nothing do to whatsoever with your post, but i was wondering if you knew anything about CNY celebrations. i know the Chinese Club (or whatever they're called) is doing something on Thursday. And so is the Hong Kong club, but when is the Taiwanese Club doing theirs?

Anyway, since you mentioned it in your last post, I figured you might know something about it. Hope I haven't missed any.
Jan. 30th, 2006 09:06 pm (UTC)
The Taiwanese Club had an event this last Friday, which I missed. Do you know anything about what the Hong Kong club is going to do?

I would have expected the Korean Students Association to have something planned as well, but if they did anything I never heard about it.
Jan. 30th, 2006 09:26 pm (UTC)
The Hong Kong club is putting on an event in Roger's Hall. I forget the time, but it's $5 for members and $7 for non-members, if I remember correctly. I didn't want to pay $7, so I didn't remember all the details. :P The Chinese Club's one is free, though! I'll probably go check it out on Thursday. If you want, I can check out all the details and email comment you back.

They had all this in Friday's Evergreen. I wish they would write up stories like this sooner. I mean, I would've liked to have gone to the Taiwanese thing, but they did have the day or the time for it.
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