This seminar took place on Thursday nights from 6:00 until 8:50. It was one of the most unique classes I've ever taken, and I really hope it's offered again in the future. The entire class was about timelines and we made a lot of them over the course of the semester. The one pictured below was made by writing out things I've done up until this point and a bucket list of what I'd like to do in the future, then placing each item on a one hundred year timeline of my life. It made me think about how I can accomplish everything I want to in the rest of my life. We also made timelines in groups where we had an overall topic, but each made a timeline on a different subtopic. We're working on a larger timeline as a class for our final project, but everyone's will somehow relate to the concept of the Third Industrial Revolution that we watched a video about in class. We are looking at the past and present and then projecting about 40 years into the future. This class has been interesting to me because I have learned to think more critically about how the past and present influence the future, specifically in reference to my own life.