|EGR||190||Fundamentals of Engineering and Computer Science||8:30-10:50||Monday|
|EGR||190L-15||Fundamentals of EGR and C.S. Computer Lab||9:00-10:40||Wednesday|
|EGR||190L-09||Fundamentals of EGR and C.S. Instrumentation Lab||2:15-4:30||Thursday|
|MTH||231||Calculus 3||6:05-8:00||Tuesday & Thursday|
|MUS||214||Music in Western Culture||11:00-12:05||MWF|
Right now I am doing pretty well in this class. I'm learning alot about the basics of engineering and how to apply basic knowledge to solve problems. My team won the bridge building competition with our bridge holding 120 pounds. For the plane competition my team did alright. Our lead flyer flew 20 laps around the Nutter Center before crashing the plane into the bleachers. Along with EGR 190 I am taking Calculus 3, BME 195, and MUS 214.
I like alot of things about living on campus. First, I like that I never have to deal with the parking on campus. This also means that I am able to sleep in longer because all I have to do is walk to class. Living on campus also gives me the opportunity to meet alot of new people and make alot of friends. Inturmural sports are also a big advantage to campus life. Lastly living on campus means that I am just a short walk away from the library or the Russ Center if I ever need to get some last minute homework done.
All you need to know aboutSports
This is a picture taking during class, all of us just being stupid
This is a picture of me looking to see what Brad is doing
This picture shows the entrance to Russ that I walk through everyday
Here is the main lobby of Russ
A different view of Russ looking straight up in the main lobby
This is a picture of the Union Market where I eat most of my meals
Finally, here is a picture of the Woods where I live