I don’t have too much to update at the moment. All my courses are going well thus far. My favorites are either my seminar on what is known as the “Principle of Sufficient Reason” (the link leads to an article written by my professor on the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy which is an invaluable resource for those interested in philosophy); or my seminar taught by noted philosopher of science Peter Achinstein, on notions of evidence. I’m also taking a class on Plato and his predecessors, which as an upper level class in the philosophy department should provide a fairly thorough understanding of a realm of philosophy with which I’m not so familiar. I’m also taking the second Acting/Directing workshop with noted actor John Astin (a Hopkins institution, John is known best for his work as Gomez Addams in the Addams Family) as well as a class for aspiring dramaturgs- Adaptation for the Stage. In this Adaptation Class, we’re going to take two works and adapt them for the stage (the title gives it away I guess). I’m choosing to adapt (at least right now) some Hungarian language works that I think tell a uniquely Hungarian story in a particularly poignant way. Sorry I don’t have much to write about. I’ll keep you guys updated!