It appears the Vikings have been making a great deal of news lately. Over the past week or so, a myriad of different archaeological discoveries have been made.
England is known for many things: stone circles, tea, rolling hills, funny accents… I’ve done my fair bit of traveling in England, mostly to the Midlands and the northwestern parts. I found a couple of articles from the Guardian about places that would be awesome to visit. Wiltshire is home to the largest stone circle in
Last post I summarized some popular complaints about the new movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Today, I will be talking about some of the more positive things! And now is the time for why I LOVED this movie (this is a lot more fun to write about)!
Disclaimer: The following post contains spoilers from Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Hobbit. If you have not seen the movie and do not want to know what happens, please do not read further. Otherwise, I would enjoy a good debate on the following topic.
I’ll admit it, I’m not a technology whiz. I may have a computer or three, but that doesn’t mean I always know what I’m doing. This seems laughable given that I work for the University of Wisconsin Colleges Online doing a lot of work in an online learning environment.
First of all, please excuse my pun. I thought it was clever. Second of all, a hogback is really an object. I can prove it. Look at that picture…it will come into play in a bit here…
I began this blog two years ago, and I realized two things: I was terrible in keeping up with posts and I was terrible with chronicling my study abroad experience in England. How typical. I was feeling nostalgic today and began perusing my extensive photo collection on Facebook when I stumbled across a folder entitled
(Editor’s note: here’s the third installment of Chris Ketcherside’s article on the Battle of Midway!)
(Editor’s note: I apologize for the delay in posting. The UWC Online (University of Wisconsin Colleges Online) has been keeping me on my toes with work. I love it! The third and final part of this post will be up tonight or tomorrow!)
(Editor’s note: another wonderful article on military history by Chris Ketcherside. Apparently he is rather enjoying his role as resident military historian…! Check in tomorrow for the next installment!)