Dylan is taking the Automatic Controls mechanical engineering class, and he was working on some of his homework. This class is also offered in the electrical engineering department, with a slight change on what is taught. It was interesting to see the difference between the EE department and the ME department’s teaching style and curriculum for a class that was basically the same content. He was working on Bode Plots of a transfer function’s frequency response, which is something I’ve done a lot of in my classes.
There are lots of myths floating around about alcohol consumption. This board clears up a lot of these.
The Peanuts characters have been a staple of holiday TV shows for many years, and has been seen all around the world. The show we know and love not only is great to watch; it holds messages on perseverance, motivation, and living life to the fullest.
It’s almost finals time! Here’s some study tips for everyone as we inch closer to the holidays and the end of the semester.
Ryan had a tail light go out yesterday on his car. I helped him get the right bulb and change it. Now we’re both more knowledgeable on how to change a tail light in a Toyota Corolla the next time we need to do that!
Ryan, Zeke, Taylor, and I took a trip to the pantry again. We picked up a good haul of bananas, apples, and some other fresh food. With being past the halfway point of semester, it’s good to remind everyone that we have a resource for food on campus.
With Halloween fast approaching, I put up a bulletin board with some spooky facts! The more you know about Halloween, the less spooky it will be (if you’re afraid like me).
After I got back from class today, Ryan wanted to go to the food pantry on campus. We got seven of us to go! Not everyone knew about the pantry, so it was great to see the awareness grow for Pioneer Provisions.