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  1. October 14, 2017 at 5:50 pm — Reply

    My top 5:
    5. Vertebrate Zoology.
    Lots of memorization of skeletons, calls and footprints, but was super fun and led to me stuffing a barn owl for an ending project. Morbid? Perhaps, but it was still a hoot.

    4. Organic Chemistry
    One of those freshman-weeding-out-classes but I was determined to do well and really developed my studying skills and revealed how I would handle tougher courses (which turns out wasn’t as good)

    3. God vs. Evolution
    Just a philosophy class with no wrong answers but extremely interesting. Every class was an in depth conservation which shaped my current belief system or lack there off.

    2. Astronomy.
    The professor treated this class as a hobby and the night labs of star gazing still shine in my memory.

    1. The Art and Science of Brewing.
    We learned how to make beer and attended an additional Lab once a week to just drink and discuss beer. The only lab that I have ever left buzzed.

    • October 14, 2017 at 10:20 pm — Reply

      I really wish we had a course in brewing out our college. I proposed a full Business Major in brewing that went from home brewing, to micro, to running your own business. With two or three breweries in town, it would have made for a great degree. Unfortunately, the President at the time wasn’t to hip on promoting a degree program that came from a school that is widely known for its beer drinking and partying. And by the time that one left and the new one came on board, she chased everyone away who could have made a brewing program work. I’m not bitter, mind you.

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