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Apr. 8th, 2006 | 08:43 pm
posted by: doohickey in towson_hs

Name: Amy

Age: 23

Graduation year: 2001

Years attended (if applicable): 1997-2001

Hobbies: Computers, physics, swing dancing, reading, sewing, baseball, working out, etc. Normal stuff.

Clubs/sports/activities involved in: I was the manager for the JV baseball team all four years. I also managed cross-country and track for a little while. I did announcing for basketball. I was in all of the choirs. I did sports for the morning announcements. I did stage crew for a couple of the plays. Yeah, I pretty much never left THS except to sleep. :-)

Where else are you found on the net? My photo gallery can be found here. You can also find me on MySpace.

Post a picture of yourself (all pictures behind a cut please!): Most recent picture I have:


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What do you feel about Towson? (in general, the school, etc) I think I've done a good enough job of blacking out the bad memories that I really miss it now. :-)

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Tyler

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from: aresef
date: Apr. 9th, 2006 01:28 am (UTC)
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I think you're the first relative old-timer on here. I too have been in chorus all my four years here, though the guy who probably directed the chorus when you were around left a couple years before I got there. Mr. Walker had a daughter in the chorus who graduated last year, so he joined us on a trip to Florida last February. He's a cool dude.

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Amy

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from: doohickey
date: Apr. 9th, 2006 01:36 am (UTC)
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Woot! I'm old!

Mr. Walker was awesome. I was sad when I heard that he left. But then again, I've kept in touch with a couple of my old teachers, and a lot of my favorites are gone now. :-(

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Tyler

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from: aresef
date: Apr. 9th, 2006 01:41 am (UTC)
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That's always what happens, isn't it?

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Amy

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from: doohickey
date: Apr. 9th, 2006 01:44 am (UTC)
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Unfortunately, yes.

It happens in college too. (I go to UMBC.) One of my favorite physics professors left because he didn't get tenure. Same thing happened to my favorite engineering professor. The sad thing is that they were my favorites because they taught us a hella lot of material and still made it fun and understandable. But unfortunately, teaching well isn't what matters at the University level - research is. And since these professors spent so much time devoted to their students, they didn't reach the University's expected level of research output.

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