Engineering classes before the capstone
tended to fall all over the spectrum. The fact that I wrote about the capstone before any earlier ones is further evidence that these memories all came bursting back and flooding into my brain in random order.
I still maintain there was an air of
practicality missing from many courses. A key year one class that should have been offered was:
“Vendors who give less than a pile of rat droppings about your
Dungeons and Dragons has always been a big part of my life. This is
both as a player and as Dungeon Master.
My favorite DMing experiences has always been with new players, as they
tend to get more easily caught up in the interactive storytelling and less in the
statistics and level grinding.
these college stories mostly come from pointless demonstrations, learning
performingskills, and embarrassing myself in front of the opposite sex, I
thought I’d highlight some actual engineering learning for a change.
Our college group was the Juggling Club
gang and we all had different majors. I
was Mechanical Engineering, Brian was Aeronautical Engineering, Randy was
Electrical Engineering, Scott was Business, and Jesse was Computer
Science. We often joked we could all
join together after we graduated and form a company.