Links to My World
My Friends and Family
College Ramblings!: Hear Kim rant! Hear Kim rave! But mostly hear
- Matt's site: Autobiography,
pictures, and the web's most extensive collection of the stupid things
- Forgotten Wings: Help
Britt procrastinate! Tell her you want hourly updates.
- Tamica's World: Tamica
is from a city called Sugar Land. Really.
- Shannon's site:
A warning -- somedays she may have nothing to say in her blog. However,
she'll be sure to include that in her update.
- The ZHL: The Zachary
Hockey League -- a haven for true hockey fans everywhere. Go Zambonies!
- The Fischer House:
The official web home of the Fischer family and its many branches.
My Life at Northwestern
The Sites You Always Feared Existed
- Amnesty International: Independent
organization fighting violations of the International Declaration of
- Habitat for Humanity: Builds
houses and sells them at no profit to the poor.
- The Hunger Site: An easy,
free way to donate food to the hungry.
- Netaid.org: Provides food to
the hungry with donations that go directly to support those in need.
- Drop the Debt: Aims to convince
the richest countries in the world to cancel the debt of the poorest
countries of the world, to help relieve citizens' poverty.
- Students for a Free Tibet:
A network of student groups working to raise awareness of Tibetan issues.
- Free Burma Coalition:
Works to restore the democratically-elected leader of Burma, who now
lives under virtual house arrest under the rule of the military.
- The United Nations: For the International
Declaration of Human Rights.
- MSN Gaming Zone: Play endless games
of euchre and get addicted to Bejeweled.
- Yahoo! Games: The preferred
choice among those addicted to euchre.
- Games.com: Although I'm not allowed
to visit as part of my twelve-step program to break me of my Upwords
addiction, you might enjoy the classic board games online here, such
as Boggle and Mille Borne.
- The Onion: America's Finest
News Source. What the New York Times wishes it could be while
lying awake at nights.
- Bartleby.com: Read classic
works of literature or just look up famous quotes. Excellent source
- Google: A search engine that's
quick, clean, and easy. Everything the internet's usually not.
- Amazon.com: Find everything you
could ever want to buy, add it all to your wish list, and then email
the list to all your relatives. Repeatedly.
- Barnes and Noble: Free shipping, 5%
off with Student Advantage. Beats the campus bookstore any day.
- Macworld: Macs are cool. I want
one. And I have saved every web-design and page-layout article this
magazine has published since the early '90s. Yes, I know what you think
Copyright © 2002 Colleen Fischer | Last updated October 7,