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Monthly Archives: November 2011
My name is Christopher Little, I was born in Kansas City, Missouri but have lived in Columbia, Missouri my entire life after. I am now a Junior at Creighton, with a major in Psychology and an interest in getting an additional degree in Nursing. In my time at Creighton I have been involved in Inter-Residence Hall Government in Kenefick and McGloin where I worked as a Service and Social Justice Ambassador. I am also a member of Phi Delta Theta for over a year now, which has helped me to push myself socially and academically. Lastly, I have worked the desk at Kenefick since about July, and have enjoyed getting to know all the residents each day I work! Thank you for this honor!
Hey Kenefickers! My name is Cori Seckinger and I have been a desk worker for the past three years here at this lovely Kenefick Community! I am a senior, graduating in the spring with a major in Sociology: Criminal Justice Policy and a minor in Women & Gender Studies. I was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and though I love the city lights, nothing is better than country back roads and summer stars 🙂 I am currently the Co-Director for the Creighton Allies Program, which branches off of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance. I am also a proud member of Tri Delta and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. I have loved my past three years here at Creighton, but cannot wait for graduate school and to explore the world! Enjoy your time here…explore every part of campus, make friends with the squirrels, get involved, and come play a game or two at the desk! I love working at Kenefick because they have the best residents of the sophomore class 🙂 Please feel free to stop by and come visit, the community in this hall is great and I love meeting new people!
Many of you gamers must have noticed that a lot of new games have been released lately, but one, in my opinion, surpasses all of the rest. CoD: Modern Warfare 3 tops my list of favorite new releases (definitely beating out Battlefield 3). It is exactly what I wanted. I loved Modern Warfare 2, so I definitely wanted to see a lot of similarities. But, there are just enough differences between the two games to make MW3 unique, too. Many people have complained about how MW2 and MW3 are so similar. Some say that the creators may as well have just put the MW2 cover on MW3. Well, here’s what I have to say about that. As a huge CoD fan, I’d prefer to see a lot of similarities in sequels. Keeping a lot of the parts I like, but adding a few different ideas, too, makes it a perfect game for me. If you are a huge CoD fan, Modern Warfare 3 should have lived up to most of your expectations. Some different things about MW3 are the strike packages, perks, different games types, new maps, etc.
Here are some things I like about MW3. I was excited to see Paris being used in the campaign and multiplayer games. One of my favorite maps is Dome. It’s a small map and most people like those. It’s no Nuketown, but it’s still pretty cool. I also like that I can rank each individual gun. To some people, that may seem annoying, but it’s another attribute about the game that makes it fun. It’s another goal to work on. I like survival mode and that seems to be a big hit with a lot of other people, too. My favorite game type will always be TDM, though. So overall, MW3 lived up to my expectations. If you’re not a fan of it, I hope you’re enjoying BF3 or Skyrim 😉
To all you Kenefick gamers, feel free to come play some MW2, Black Ops, or MW3 with me. Wouldn’t it be sweet to set up a game in the theatre? Let me know!