On November 26, Randy Nadler came to do his annual presentation over what country he visited in the previous year. Unfortunately, however, due to some personal matters, Mr. Nadler was not able to travel this year. He didn’t let this stop him, though! Instead, he recycled an older presentation and filtered in some photos from a second trip he made to that country for this year’s presentation. This year was-- India!
Every year there are always certain parts that catch the students’ eyes. In this year’s presentation a lot of students liked the architecture and the cows.
Senior Mikayla Maloney stated that her favorite part was “learning about the Indian culture [and] their weddings.”
Kamryn Poe, senior, loved seeing the “Rat Temple. It was very interesting and not something I expected.”
Callie Weatherly, senior, reported, “I always like when he shows the animals, but I think my favorite this year was the traditional Indian wedding.”
Overall the least liked factor of the presentation was sitting on the bleachers for so long.
“I hated the Rat Palace. It gave me the creeps,” Elsie McNabb, senior, reported as being her least favorite part.
Destiney Quick, freshman, loved “seeing the difference in the cultures.”
Every year there is something that Mr. Nadler doesn’t show, or doesn’t show enough of-- typically leaving the students wanting more.
Mikayla Maloney, senior, reported that she wished there was “definitely more food” in the presentation.
Senior Kamryn Poe wished there were more fun facts and details shared.
Senior Callie Weatherly said, “I wish that he had talked about upper level schools more.”
“I wished there were more animals. He didn't really show what other cool species there are in India,” senior Diana Ribera shared.
“The history of colonial India” is what Oliver Garren, sophomore, was hoping to learn more about.
Junior Lydia Otten said, “My least favorite part was learning about the snakes, because I hate snakes.”
As you can tell, the recycled presentation still went over well. Although it wasn’t new like most students hoped, Mr. Nadler still gave us a great, educational show. See you again next year!