My favorite: “Once upon a time there was ___. Every day, ___. One day ___. Because of that, ___. Because of that, ___. Until finally ___.” —The 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar.
Green and Larson both admit that even the most seasoned gamers might be disturbed when they realize they can’t simply “win” this level by battling some final boss or shooting at a group of hungry zombies. But this discomfort is part of the point — by allowing player to fail in a certain sense, they believe they can give a more realistic depiction of what struggling with a chronic illness…
My father was a little distressed to learn that diagramming sentences was not a big part of my education. Learning Latin in high school was the best grammar education I ever got. After that, nothing about English (or, later, German and Old/Middle English) ever worried me. Most kids hated it. But for the kids who loved it, it made language into an orderly puzzle, complicated but solvable, where words clicked…
I took my daughter to an Alice-in-Wonderland-themed library summer reading wrapup party, where she threw herself into every craft table. Then she wore one of her creations as we went grocery shopping. Meanwhile, my son, who stayed home to watch another DVD lecture on superstring theory, took out the garbage without being asked. Today has been good.
Arts on the Waterfront’s Waiting for Godot Kit! Simply print and cut. Share it with the thespian in your life! Put one on your desk today. If you want take a photo of it and share it on our page. —Arts on the Waterfront.
Next up: Stage Right summer musical theater camp starts Monday!
Several students on Maureen Vissat‘s M-term trip to Italy are blogging their experiences. DJ Beckage See also Kandy Experience Across the Pond Italy2013 L’Italia è per gli Innamorati SHU Italy Trip « blogs.setonhill.edu.