If you find this message, you found your way to Canvas or the course website before the start of our class on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Below you will find a table with four different colored rows.
- The top row (light green) is with information for all students
- FYS106 has a lovely light green (suitable for tea, plants and growth!)
- HST269 has a light purple (note that this is not the imperial color in East Asia)
- HST380 has sky blue (the sky’s the limit!)
Throughout the semester, course information here will always appear in this sequence, in these colored boxes, so you can always at a glance find what’s important for you. I hope this helps you navigate your busy semester more easily.
Links in those boxes will take you to where you need to be on your respective course websites, or on Canvas.
After the colored blocks I like to insert fun things I found on the internet or came across in my readings. You can ignore or explore that bit as you want. It will also include activities for the Muhlenberg community (online/virtual and on campus), to help you remember what’s on in the coming days that may be of interest.
|For all students||
Things to enjoy:
You’ll see birds pop up in my course slides. I love birds, and they’ve kept me company for much of the time I’ve been stuck here in the US while various travel bans and paperwork/immigration stuff make it impossible for me to travel back to Europe and see my family. So I decided to share some European bird pictures with you, thanks to the great and unique photography of Carl Bovis (on twitter as @CarlBovisNature), and I may add some others as time goes by.
But before you get to see those birds, here’s Hummie, the female Ruby-Throated Hummingbird who visited me all of the summer of 2020, and became besties with me. She loved hunting for insects from the clothes line and sipping nectar while I sat reading my book. This year’s hummingbird guest is much more camera-shy!