I survive syllabus week, somehow having enough time to make some true progress on my tree climbing guidebook. This year seems like it will have some real promise for me. Read if you’re interested in tree climbing or the struggles of a college junior.… Read More Goals Too Grand For Uni
Dive into my experiences with European art and the beautiful plight of Berlin’s alternative and underground artistic culture.… Read More Oh shoot*, It was art
I explain my idea for a new, mixed-discipline style of climbing that might just be what everyone is looking for.… Read More A New Way to Climb
A slow day of train-riding from Paris to Pamplona gave me plenty of time to think about communication and the meaning of “free” in English and French.… Read More Thoughts on “Free”
It’s been a long, burning-hot day in Paris. Here’s some ideas I’ve incidentially been cooking up as my sweat glands gently weep.… Read More Half-Baked
In all reality, I still don’t have a reason to be learning French, but the journey has already changed my life. Even if I don’t remember too much of the language when I return, I won’t forget the lessons it has taught me.… Read More What good is a second language to an American?
I’ve been climbing trees around OU’s campus about as often as I’ve climbed in gyms and on real rock walls. After relying heavily on a guidebook while climbing in WMWR, I’ve struck upon a new, off-the-wall idea.… Read More Campus Tree Climbing