April 9th, 2005

Utena: With Sword

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Utena: With Sword

And in other news...

I had my programming test this morning, and was actually quite pleased at how it turned out - it was rather less difficult than I had expected, and so I managed to finish all the questions, and be reasonable confident with most of them. Not to the point where I expecting a perfect score or anything, just I am reasonably confidant that I have actually passed.

Oh, and in the FAS thing after that, we had a rather odd (but fun) scavenger hunt. I had to leave before my group could finish (for Cell block Tango practice), but one of the things we did have to find was a book on an obscure topic.

Thus, Random Book Title of the Moment is: The Social Lives of Trees

WTF??

Oh, and in the evening I went to inter-college theatre sports at North Court. I sat with some second-floorians from Whitley (Darren and Rob), and we got down to a very interesting contest between IH and Whitley. However, in the end we prevailed, returning the trophy to IH. Yay!

Though I must admit, the Whitley Opera on the Political Convention was utterly brilliant.