I am impressed by my Stochastic Processes professor. So she has been showing the class funny and somewhat random videos in between the lectures. For example, when she introduced brownian motion, she turned on a youtube video of brownies dancing. And today, we learned reflection principle, and between the rigorous proofs and calculations she showed us a video of Mulan's Reflection OST. As I was telling my boyfriend about this, I realized that this method of teaching really helps a concept stick to my head for longer. This kind of practice is common in humanities and arts classes I have taken, but never in any of my quantitative classes had professor used media to engage student's interest in the subject. I appreciate professor's novel approach in teaching stochastic processes.