Hello! My name is Landon Eisenhut and I am an Aerospace Engineering major from Evansville, Indiana. Fun fact: Parks and Recreation is based on my hometown! I’d love to be able to graduate by 2022, but I can’t ignore the possibility of that extending into 2023.
As with most Yellow Jackets, I’ve largely been a STEM student throughout my academic career. The two AP English courses offered at my high school were pretty much the only AP classes I didn’t register for. I did take an English course at a local college over the summer, but this is my first GT English exposure. In my experience, I feel more satisfied after effecting my verbal communication. However, it has not always been my strong point. Occasionally I become difficult to understand when my low voice combines with my often-lazy annunciation. I hope to improve in this area this semester. I’ve already made attempts to be more social and enhance my vocal abilities. In addition to verbal, I enjoy written communication because I love to create things. I like to look at a piece of my writing with my name on it and see my voice. My devotion to creating things goes beyond my writing…as seen from the attached video, I love to make videos capturing my life!
Thankful to have had one last season with these guys?♂️ pic.twitter.com/oItkGaiC0b
— Landon Eisenhut (@landonhut) February 28, 2018
I’ve always been passionate about a few TV shows. I don’t have a large collection of shows I watch, but I’m well versed in the ones I do watch. References to various TV episodes make the way into my every day conversations. While I’m not a TV fanatic, I can watch episodes of certain shows and never want them to end (Stranger Things, Silicon Valley, sometimes Parks and Rec or The Office). Netflix is never a bad way to spend a weekend, even if it’s in solidarity. It’s fortunate that my roommate was out of town during my binge watch of The Good Place at 1:00am!
I have chosen to review The Middle for this class. The Middle encompasses an Indiana middle class family and the experiences that arise with home life, work, and raising children. Being from Indiana, I’m excited to be able to relate to the situations depicted in the show. I’ve always loved the Midwest, and perhaps this show will almost make me feel at home.
Me when I come home to watch The Middle as homework.
The only sample I have of The Middle is the episode portraying Sue’s Indiana college search. I fondly connected with the moments in this episode, and I anticipate more of this throughout the series.