Friday, September 10, 2010

Four for Fridays

Hello everybody! A short week and it's Friday already! Now that school is back in session, here are some questions...

1) Did you go to college?

2) If so, where did you go?

3) What was your major?

4) What was your favorite class in high school? In college?

Enjoy your weekend!


Why Not? said...

1) Did you go to college?
I am going to college

2) If so, where did you go?
I'm going to Linköpings Hälsouniversitet (Medical University of Linköping)

3) What was your major?

4) What was your favorite class in high school? In college?
Hmm.. I was a bit of a math geek, otherwise I loved art class.. 3D arts with Ms. Petit loved that teacher.. That would be the only reason I would redo high school.

Now enough procrastinating away from my school work.. back to my pathophysiology book.. yay!!

Lizardmom said...

1. not really (went with a friend for a car tune up/oil change class)
retained little over the years and to borrow a quote from hubby
'I got married so I wouldn't have to do that!' - I know, cop out but it works for now :) I can change a tire quite well tho!

2. Gateway

3. don't think oil change is a major :)

4. loved math, it's been quite useful thru the years, just wish the geometry teacher was able to teach, the whole class bombed, I found it fascinating until he lost us all..

OrbsCorbs said...

1) Yes

2) UW-Parkside

3) English

4) I hated high school because of the cliques and the pedo priest. I couldn't pick out a favorite class in college. I love learning.

Sassa said...

1. Yes At 40 yrs old
2. Gateway Tech
3. Information Processing
4. Using the computer to tweek letters.

Huck Finn said...

1 Yes

2. Gateway, MATC, Parkside, Rochester Institute of Technology

3 General studies, Tool and Die Making apprenticeship, General studies, Professional and Technical Comm, with dual minors-Mechanical Engineering/Digital Photography-digital manipulation.

4. HS-Science with Mr. Runge at Horlick--College? Several. Gateway-English with a MARVELOUS teacher. MATC-metals casting. Parkside-Physics and Immigrant History in America. Both had great Professors. RIT? Oh my. The bar was set so high just about every class took effort and made you think. The most fun classes though were the unclaimed minor in Photography. After the first 12 credit quarter, I took 16 to 20 credit loads. Hey, you pay for 12 credits, and anything from there to 20 credits is free Why not take advantage?

I've been thinking about going back. I've self taught electronics, but C+ programing is kicking my butt. School is great, never stop learning.

Toad said...

1. No

2. N/A

3. N/A

4. Choir

Anonymous said...

1) Yes
2) Where it was built
3) Paine
4) The one I didn't take

hale-bopp said...

1. Yes

2. Grinnell College for undergrad and Michigan State for grad school. I have lots of credits I have earned in small quantities at various colleges that I have no idea what good they will ever do me.

3. Physics and Physics

4. Hard physical sciences. Biology and even chemistry is too much memorization. I like being able to work from first principle.

kkdither said...

1. Yes
2. UW-P, Marin Technical College
3. French, Network Administration
4. French. I didn't fit into high school too well. It was too easy. I was more interested in boys and other extra-curricular recreational activities. Hated the cliques, too.

Most of my knowledge comes from a passion for learning. Like Frank, I'd rather do it... "my way!"

drewzepmeister said...

1) Yes I did

2) Gateway

3) Didn't major in anything. I didn't really have a clue what I wanted to do then.

4) English in high school. Psychology and sociology in college.

SER said...

1) Did you go to college?

2) If so, where did you go?
Gateway, Parkside, MSOE

3) What was your major?
Manufacturing Engineeting

4) What was your favorite class in high school? In college?
Drafting, typing

Beejay said...

1. Not really, got some courses through my job....
2. Marquette for a bit, MATC for a bit.
3. Having fun...duh...
4. Law...and english in was for my it was INSURANCE!