Anyone here at University?

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Just curious how many people here are at university?

If so, what are you studying?
 
BA (Divinity)

The Maryvale Institute runs a distance-learning programme validated by the Pontifical University of Maynooth. A kind of Open University methodology.
 
I am at HKU (Hard Knock University) or the school of hard knocks

Major: Life
Minor: People
Frat: ME PHI ME
Social Club: The Society of the Unfortunate and Poor (SOUP)
:)

Do you want to know more?
:cool:
 
Brian, you know me. I'm the NTS (non-traditional student) in Milwaukee (who is also a :kitty: magnet.) I'm very non-traditional in that I study almost anything (I won't take chemistry, physics or biology classes because my math skills are extremely weak, but I did take a semester of astronomy.)

Some of the classes I've taken over the years I've gone: Gaelic, Japanese, Russian (back when Reagan was president), Hebrew (just one semester and the instructor :ped), logic, ethics, Western Great Lakes American Indian philosophy, American Indian history from pre-Columbian contact to the present, Russian history through the present, Shamans, Mystics and Medicine Hunters (a class on a: the ethnic conflicts between "traditional"/"tribal" cultures and "Western" cultures and b: the ethical dilemmas presented by these conflicts), Blacks, Jews and Black Jews (a class on "Black"/"Jewish" relations and on people who are both "Black" and "Jewish"), Irish mythology, Norse mythology (that professor also :ped), comparative religions, Wing Chung kung fu*, kendo*, kobudo*, ballroom dancing, disco/nightclub dancing* (although I rarely go out dancing, especially "clubbing"), Eastern meditation, straw weaving...

I think I'll leave my list at just this for the time being.

Phyllis Sidhe_Uaine

* - just rudimentary, nothing really beyond the basics
 
Major: East-asian studies (China speciality)
Minor: Anthropology

I just completed those. Next year should be another language... :rolleyes:
 
I'm curious - how many of you have access to webspace on the university website?
 
Major: Biology
Minors: Music and Kinesiology

pre-chiropractic...

We do have access to webspace, I think. Some students do at least, though maybe just computer science majors.

Sarah
 
Phyllis Sidhe_Uaine said:
I might have. Why do you ask?

Phyllis Sidhe_Uaine

Because it would be very helpful for CR if anyone at uni, with uni webspace, were to recommend CR as somewhere perhaps worth visiting. :)
 
I have recommended the site to my Blacks, Jews and Black Jews class (e-mailed several threads in the Judaism forum to the instructor [she seemed impressed with both the dialogues between daur and bananabrain]), and I've recommended the site to my Russian/Ethnic Studies professor (he can't access the site over the summer because he's back in Russia.) He hadn't heard of the "Siberian Messiah" before I asked him about it, and he told me that he might look into it in an anthropological perspective (piqued his curiosity, too.)

Phyllis Sidhe_Uaine
 
That's exactly the sort of thing I'm thinking of. :)
 
I said:
That's exactly the sort of thing I'm thinking of. :)
Ok then....I think what you are really asking is....

Anyone here have a website, a blogsite, a yahoo page, a myspace account?

If you are willing and able would you please provide a link to C-R?

It would be greatly appreciated, especially if your site attracts folks that may be attracted to discussion, or at least clicking on our ads!
But I wouldn't want to put words in your mouth....

but I did put a link on my blogsite.
 
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