Andrew Harrison is a 4th-year Medieval Studies major (yes that is a real thing) from the nearby small town of Loomis, CA. He used to major in Computer Science before realizing that he doesn't care about Big O, divide-and-conquer algorithms and memorizing 9,001 network acronyms, though sometimes he misses programming. He takes the most pleasure in the littlest activities, and thus his ultimate goal in life is to play video games, read books, eat food and hang out with friends until he dies from a surfeit of fun (or lampreys, whichever happens first).

Andrew, as mentioned above, has a passion for video games of the roleplaying persuasion, but he'll play just about anything. He's also into other nerdy activities such as Dungeons and Dragons. When his insomnia isn't kicking in, Andrew is an Olympic sleeper.

The Harrison family has a history with UC Davis (both parents, 2 aunts and a brother have attended) and Andrew is the latest little Harrison to attend. Andrew lives in Portage Bay Apartments, where he is very satisfied with the friendly atmosphere, beautiful grounds and saintly apartment manager.

Andrew encourages you to game nicely, not to kill people for their sniper rifle and to keep in mind that corpse humping is very gauche.


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2007-09-22 19:10:37   Welcome to the Wiki. Is the graphic on the Halo page free under the Creative Commons Attribution License? —JasonAller

2007-09-23 07:50:42   Thanks for answering the question. If you take a look around at some of the other pages on the wiki you might get some ideas about how to make the Halo page relevant. Don't worry too much that it got deleted, it can always be reverted back into existence or re-created. Take a look for instance at DDR or some of the other game pages. —JasonAller

2007-09-23 10:51:06   Sorry about deleting your pae, it is just a habit of mine, perhaps making a page on halo in the sense of the community of players in Davis, you may even want to start a club or something for video games, use wellman hall perhaps, with a few x-boxes hooked into a nice network switch it could be fun. As for a gaming club, DRAGON is the only one I know of, but there is likely another one out there, SPAC should have a list somewhere of all the registered clubs. ~DavePoole oh and welcome to the wiki.

2008-03-05 22:58:25   Hello. Have a link! —CameronTracy

2008-10-07 15:26:18   I didn't know it was possible to hate Sudoku. I don't think I ever want to solve one again. =D —TimJ

2008-11-22 11:39:28   I hope it's not too late...

There is a 4th Ed. D&D game running regularly at DRAGON. I'm not in it and not affiliated with it, because I do not like 4th Ed. at all. In fact I do not even know who's running it. One of my friends played in it for a while, but switch games so I believe there is an open seat. Just drop by some time and ask! —MasonMurray

2010-06-05 23:47:52   What the hell? What are you doing here? This is madness! Madness I tell you! —ArianeMetz