Extracurricular Blogging Roundup

Extracurricular Blogging Roundup (Jerz’s Literacy Weblog)

Grades are in, and the semester is winding down. Things are fairly quiet on blogs.setonhill.edu, but that doesn’t mean the site is dead.

Our admissions director, Mary Kay Cooper, continues to maintain her Training for the Ride of a Lifetime fitness blog, and she has also recently started the Seton Hill University Admissions blog.

The Setonian’s news editor and online editor, Amanda Cochran, has posted her personal thoughts about her first day in a newswriting internship at the local paper.

Mike Rubino is one of SHU’s most prolific bloggers, even though he has never taken a class with me. He frequently posts about the comedy improv troupe of which he’s a member, The Cellar Dwellars. He just posted a tremendous account of what happened when the Cellar Dwellars were recognized by people in the crowd as they waited for the midnight showing of Star Wars.

Karissa Kilgore has recently posted about the astronomy, math, and philosophy courses she’s taking this summer, as well as her struggles to get caffeine.

Mike Sichok waxes nostalgic over Nine Inch Nails, the 24th in a long-standing series of music reviews he has posted to his blog.

Oh, and if you’d like to see a photo of the top-level administrators of Seton Hill University waving flyswatters to the tune of “The Blue Danube Waltz,” take a look at the photos I posted from the Seton Hill Unviersity faculty and staff end-of-year party.