Saturday, January 23, 2010

Topography Shrugged

Today is Saturday, and since I didn't have much else to do (besides reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, which I spent much of the morning + the last 45 minutes doing) I decided to go out and take some pictures around campus. Here is Latimer Center, the building that houses that cafeteria and bookstore among other things:












Walking on one of the little backroads that leads up the hill from Dayton:












It's fun living in a new state, because all the plants are different. Here there is ivy all over the place. Besides that and the fact that their are different tree species, it all looks very much like home. The actual topography of the hills is almost identical to Northern Pennsylvania. I guess it is all really the same mountain range though technically.












Last night I went to a Party at the home of Dr. Clauson, my political science and international relations professor. I ended up leaving early as people weren't doing much but playing cards, but it was cool to go somewhere off of campus.

Today I found out that a friend of mine from back home, Eden, is coming to visit Bryan in a little while, which is really cool.

1 comment:

Rebecca said...

Great pics-keep them coming!