I was in class on Saturday thinking about how nice it would be if an article of mine on edonn.com was used as a piece of "teaching material" - i.e. quoted in class, or perhaps in the lecture notes. It was then that a recollection of "some saying" hit me, something about the aim of... Continue Reading →
Grade Inflation in University?
I came across an article by Walter E. Williams, an economics professor from George Mason University, discussing how grades in American Universities have been going up, causing "grade inflation". For example, a "C" grade, he says, should be taken to mean an "F". Though I do have an intuitive belief that grades are going up... Continue Reading →
I've been in Perth for a little over a week now. I'm now staying out of hostel (I used to stay in Currie Hall), renting a place not far away with two of my best friends here (one of whom I am in a romantic relationship with (it's Wei Hao of course! Would I go... Continue Reading →