Monthly Archives: August 2010

There’s too many of them!

I am Seth, a junior at Trinity University. I am a theater and English nerd who spends his time outside of rehearsal, playing games like Civilization IV and Dragon Age. I have an intermittent addiction to World of Warcraft that … Continue reading

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They’re coming…

Hi all, my name is Aaron Passer and I am a Senior accounting major here at Trinity.  I am also a Geoscience minor and hope to one day work for a company that manages/helps maintain Earths fresh water.  If you … Continue reading

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My Introductory Blog Post About Me and Video Game Worlds

Hello, My name is Andrew Truelove, and I may be one of the last people to be writing this blog post. It’s not because I like to procrastinate; I just end up doing these things later than I’d like. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Hey there!

Hi, my name is Hannah Linn and I’m currently a junior here at Trinity. I’m from Harlingen, TX, down in the Rio Grande Valley, where we are known for our very popular South Padre Island. I grew up with two … Continue reading

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I Was Born A Unicorn

Why hello. I am Ender, a bipedal primate, from the great ape family (Hominidae). I hail from the urban agglomerations of Istanbul/San Antonio. I am the modern definition of contemporary and a contemporary of modernity. I like to like, but don’t like … Continue reading

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Hello…

…my name is Anna Kern and this is my third year at Trinity. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.  I have two brothers, two orange cats, a leopard gecko and a hermit crab that I received at science … Continue reading

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Howdy Howdy

Hail Travelers! Okay enough of that for…..I am Matt Tanner, Peer Mentor of Games for the Web and two year veteran of the WorldPlay Research Initiative. Continue reading

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