Tuesday, May 12, 2009


St. Marys Projects were about a week ago, and I went to a few of them.  I saw Patrick Shwarz's presentation on magic in the ancient world, along with a half dozen others.  Bumble made a few lesson plans for teaching colonial history, which about a dozen faculty members grilled him on.  It was depressing to see him not happy and smiling.  Caitlin Shankle had a sweet project about Corn subsidies, which I liked because I really hate corn subsidies.  Also Bart Zienda had an interesting idea about enforcing recreational boating laws, which I really enjoyed.  

Overall there were a lot of sweet SMPs and I would totally recommend going out and watching SMP presentations next year if you missed out.

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