A Trip to London, Day Seventeen and Eighteen Journal

LONDON – The end of our time in London was nearing, but not without another full day of walking throughout the city looking at different areas of the real estate market. It was one day that everybody was dreading on the trip as many of the dread walking throughout the city. We started our trip…

A Trip to London, Day Fifteen and Sixteen Journal

LONDON – It was a suit and tie day as we embarked to Lloyd’s of London for a tour of the building and to learn how the company works. Beforehand though we took a quick tour of the British Library for those who had not seen it before and got a great tour by Randell…

A Trip to London, Day Thirteen and Fourteen Journal

LONDON – With a change in hotels and structure, we began our day at The Royal National in the cafeteria-style breakfast hall, but to no surprise, the food was the same. I was finally getting tired of the English breakfast because I usually do not even eat breakfast back home. We headed off for an…

A Trip to London, Day Eleven and Twelve Journal

LONDON – I was beginning to feel really tired on this last day before our presentations and had been up late working, only to be back at it again at 6 in the morning. I was planning on meeting University of Central Oklahoma student Rebecca Dahl that morning, but we pushed our meeting off to…

A Trip to London, Day Nine and Ten Journal

LONDON – It was a late night the day before talking with the former planning commission member, but I pushed on and conquered the day. I made a small change at breakfast and got the fried eggs instead of the poached eggs, which were pretty much the same thing. Apparently, they do not fry theirs…

A Trip to London, Day Seven and Eight Journal

LONDON – After a long night, I slept in until 7:30 in the morning and got up and had breakfast with fewer people than normal. Only four of us were at breakfast this morning, including University of Central Oklahoma alumnus Leroy Coffman, student Anthony Nguyen and professor David Chapman. It was rather nice to not…

A Trip to London, Day Five and Six Journal

LONDON – It took us several days, but today the day started off right with breakfast and we quickly got off after having our English breakfast. Today was a day of more interviews in the area of the Mile End Underground and we were at a library interviewing any person we could ask about the…

A Trip to London, Day Three and Four Journal

LONDON – It was a slower morning for most of us as we began our third full day in London researching and exploring the area. The day started at around 6 a.m. for me, which was an hour before breakfast and gave me time to move a little slower than normal, but I could have…

A Trip to London, Day One and Two Journal

LONDON – The sights of London came upon 23 student researchers from the University of Central Oklahoma as many pushed forward after a long overnight flight across the pond. We arrived very early at around 6:45 a.m. on Monday after having to circle the airport three times, as many students on the plane were ready…

Groups gather funds, hay to help Oklahoma fire victims

By Wednesday morning, members of the Canute FFA chapter had already collected three tractor-trailer loads of hay for fire victims in northwest Oklahoma. “We want to help those who have had their lives turned upside down,” said Canute FFA President Satyn Steffes. “We all have to help each other out.” The Canute FFA is accepting…