Well, we are three weeks into the spring 2020 semester at USF and I find that my enthusiasm for teaching has not diminished after all of these years. Although students have changed in many ways since I started teaching at the University of St. Francis in 1978, I still find the majority of students to be enthusiastic, willing to learn and be responsible enough to meet course deadlines.
If you have aspirations to write scripts for a media outlet, you are entering a golden age of episodic story-telling, aka, television. (Although it’s not really TV anymore, at least not in the sense that anyone before millennials knows.) But episodic stories; short-run, long-form and everything in-between and especially talented people to write them, are in great demand.
Please indulge me. I’d like to brag a little bit – about some CMMA students and some CMMA adjunct faculty members.
Lots of politics in the air this week as the U.S. House of Representatives has begun impeachment hearings for the 45th President of the United States. For some people, this has been a long time coming for serious violations of U.S.
So, at the end of September, I had a little run-in with a blocked artery in my left leg. More on that in a later post….maybe. What I want to discuss now is what I learned while lying flat on my back for a week in a hospital.