(Ryan, Bradyn, Kat absent from photo)
Historic Photo Link
Our historical location to find was the intersection of Pine and Market Street. We began our search for this location at the gym. From there we walked towards Market Street. The walk took us roughly 5 minutes to get there. Once we reached Market Street we paced up and down the street until we found the spot where pine intersects market. After discovering the location we took a selfie and journeyed back to campus.
The location now compared to the historical photo is quite different. In the historical photo the road appears to be dirt and gravel and not all the buildings look the same. The location has become much more modern. The modernization is quite good for the community. It definitely has made transportation easier and increased the towns economy. We pick this location because we wanted to see how things downtown have changed over the years and we also wanted to see downtown.
The adventure was actually quite fun! During our trip we were able to bond a bit and enjoy the nice weather. The adventure also gave us a reason to get off campus and explore the surround area. For some of us, it was the first time actually seeing down town Selinsgrove. All in all, our adventure to the Pine and Market Street intersection was very enjoyable.
This is a photo of my living room back in Lewisburg. It is my favorite place back at home. I have had many fun times in there and enjoyed spending time with friends and family. When my mom remarried we moved into this house. At first it was very strange but I grew used to the situation and became confrontable with it, all thanks to this room. In this room I was able to bond my step siblings and new family members. This room has also be used for all of my birthdays and other family gatherings. I also always was able to use this room to kick back after a stressful day and play some Xbox or watch a movie.
This room has definitely helped me become the person I am today. Within this room I have bonded with many different people and discussed many things. I’m someone who likes to learn about others backstories and I can do so in that room. I think that is why this room is my favorite place back in Lewisburg.
My favorite place at Susquehanna is the international house. I have made many friends and good memories there. When I first came to Susquehanna I didn’t have any friends, but when I meet Noaki (exchange student from japan who lives in the house) he invited me to come back to his house and hang out. When I arrived there I was immersed with a mixture people of different cultures. Now those people are some of my closest friends.
Nowadays, I usually go to the house every night and enjoy spending my time helping cook Chinese or Japanese food, watch movies, or playing videogames. This house has definitely had a major impact on my life. It’s really cool to think how people from all over the world have all bonded in this house and become great friends.