Play Make Write Think
This is an archive of the work by “Wynston S” dedicated to the course:
The Final Reflection
I still find the existence of this English course magical. When I read the course description on Course Atlas, I could not believe there existed an English course at Emory that allows students to play video games and board games. Were we to spend the whole semester on games, instead of on sentence structures or classic books or root words? We did, and I think that turned out well. . .
I created this image for my avatar for its lack of representation…
The moment I opened the box of Mansions of Madness and saw the bat-winged, octopus-headed humanoid. . .
Bluetooth mouse plugged in. Headphones connected. Check. Check. Launch game. . .
The experience of playing Fiasco brings the memories of Beginning Theater classes back to me. . .
First of all, allow me to thank Cherie silently for 20 seconds. . .
Honestly speaking, I did not expect this to be the final image. . .
I have to say printing something with a 3D printer was an exciting experience. . .
I tried to throw paper balls into the bin spectacularly, but it kept steering off. . .
Wednesday was a magical day, on which all the classes decided to set assignment and test deadlines. . .
Yes, I was in the blanket, but I swear I just did all the chores today…
I had the choice to either beat the tomatoes or the bok choys in my fridge. . .
Here’s to Silent Hill 2. Don’t kill your wife, or you will be haunted. . .
The most iconic movie (actually a TV series) from my perspective is. . .
Podcasts Episodes in: Ready, Set, Game
Produced in group with Cherie and Kimberly.
Cover image from: Assassin’s Creed Wiki – Fandom