So the first week of school is officially over! And I should have written this blog when it was due in the summer… in July. But the deadline came, and I missed it. Aw well! But before the school year … Continue reading
August 23, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
First, I want to address the blonde. It was a complete accident, and quite the tragedy at first. I went to my usual hairstylist, Jackie, who I had been trusting with my hair (and what feels like my life) for years. … Continue reading
Well, here we are. After a long summer away from school, Orientation Week, or O-week, is nearly upon us. For an incoming first-year student, that should be exciting news – but it can also be a bit daunting. What is … Continue reading
July 10, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
Self-love was never something I felt like I actually needed to actively work on. I mean, I genuinely liked myself. Wasn’t that enough? When I got to Hopkins, I was filled with the utmost pride to be going to my … Continue reading
June 19, 2017
by Jenna M.
Almost exactly one month ago, I was finishing my last question on my Introduction to Sustainability final. I quickly checked my answers, gathered my belongings, and rushed to the front of the room to turn in the last piece of … Continue reading
I always expected summer break to be different. I pictured myself running through some magical, flowery field after being set free from finals. I expected to finally have the time to reconnect with friends after the long semester that made … Continue reading
I’m leaving for the summer in exactly one week. By 12 pm next Friday, I will have packed up my things, cleaned out my drawers and cabinets, and left Wolman Hall for the last time. Never to sleep in my … Continue reading
Time is a funny thing. Each day is a new day, a full day ahead of you, yet somehow weeks fly by and months fly by and suddenly, you’re in the second semester of college when you swear you’ve barely made … Continue reading
The above email found my inbox on March 30th. The week prior, all freshmen were buzzing about the sophomore housing lottery—would we get a good timeslot? Do we prefer the full apartments of Homewood/Bradford or the suites of Charles Commons? … Continue reading
Lecture Notes Towards the end of senior year of high school, I found myself frustrated with my own notebooks—frustrated with the lack of lesson titles and dates whenever I had to go back a few months to find that one … Continue reading