Week at Houghton
Virtual Tours by Students
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So Monday starts pretty early, with a 7:55 a.m. class called Issues and Inclusive Education. I have this class in the Chamberlain Center, which is our main academic building. It has lots of faculty, offices and classrooms dedicated to most of our majors, like communications, English, education, language, political sciences in business. At one o'clock, I met with my adviser and my practical partners on Zoom to talk about what observations might look like for us in school system Esther. Then at 2 40 I hurried off to my next class curriculum for assessment in the Center for the Arts. That's this class is usually held in the Chamberlain Center, but we have it in the Center for the Arts this semester because the class is a little bit bigger. I spent a lot of time in Fancher Hall, where I work for the admissions office, either working at the reception desk or calling prospective students about their college search. I spent most of the day catching up on some reading assignments and doing some more work. At 6 30 I had my political science class called immigration and citizenship. Our first half of the class is in person, and then we finish it off. On Zoom Wednesday morning, I had an asynchronous class meeting. I didn't have to attend Zoom or a physical class, so I got to spend my morning running a few errands, like checking my mail and printing off on assignment. We do have free printing here at Ho in if you just bring your own paper. Then we had a special Legacy Chapel service to kick off our homecoming celebration. Stephen Karen Lineup recounted their experiences at Ho in and told us how it prepared them for the calling that God had on their lives with Deon Jordan. So for the rest of the day on Wednesday I had two more education classes, and then I had a class called Emmanuel Scholars. This is the class where we have really great discussions. Led by the dean of the chapel, Dean Jordan, and the associate dean of the Chapel Jail, Miller. These discussions are about our vocation in God's call on our lives. Based on some readings, we dio, it's a really engaging class and really meaningful. I mean, finally, today and I went to go get some dinner and we stood in line for a Thai noodle bowl and it was so worth the wait. It was probably the best meal we've had this year. So we eat with some friends, and it was really refreshing to see them at the end of a long day. So Thursdays I actually don't have any classes, so I usually take advantage of this time for some housekeeping like laundry, which is free if you do bring your own detergent and I vacuum and grab coffee, Of course. Then I went right back to writing some papers and doing some reading. Mhm. At 3 30 I had a meeting with one of my education professors, Dr Sullivan, to discuss an assignment. This is just one example of how our professors care so deeply for their students here. I finished off the night with a little bit of studying, and as you can see here, you can read the genuine confusion on my face. Friday morning's I don't have class either, so I went to the library to get some studying done what? And then before class today and I got lunch with our friend Evan and it was really nice to catch up. At 1 30 I had my last class, which is an education class called Language and Literacy. Finally, after class today and I headed out to the store to get some snacks to prepare for the weekend.