Life at Rutgers

It’s been very interesting being a summer student at Rutgers. Despite the obvious differences between Riddle and Rutgers, I don’t really feel out of place. I guess the one thing that really stood out was how confusing Rutgers’ parking system was when compared to Riddle’s. In short: We have it so much easier at Riddle.

So I’m currently 3 weeks in out of 6 for my Thermodynamics class at Rutgers. I thought the class would be in a regular classroom. I was wrong.

At about four times the size, Rutgers’ Busch campus is kinda like Embry-Riddle. I will admit some of the infrastructure on campus is a bit more rundown here than at Riddle.

While not possible given Riddle’s geography and environment, I wish there were nature bridges and trails on campus.

While Rutgers’ CoRE building is older than Lehman, I think it looks nicer…

School, Football, and Drones, Oh My!

So apparently my last post was never approved, which isn’t good. And that kinda explains the lack of content on my part, so I do apologize! Unfortunately, not a lot has happened since I made my last post. I have some really awesome travel photos planned for my next post though! I won’t say where I’m going, but I’m definitely excited.

So my short and brief time at Rutgers has come to a close. I passed Thermodynamics and it was easily one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do this summer. I even brought donuts to our final because it was going to be a long, four hours.

Apparently Rutgers likes MLH.

One of my high school friends, who graduated Monmouth University for a degree in Media and Broadcasting asked if I wanted to help him shot some drone video for a football camp. I didn’t realize the camp was lead by some very well known football players and coaches.

I had a lot of fun and it kinda reminds me of high school. I miss those days.

And here’s my current draft of my drone video that I’m working on.