I spent the latter half of my time in high school dreaming of the time when I would finally get to be a COLLEGE STUDENT. Nope, not college student, but COLLEGE STUDENT, because it was THAT exciting to me of … Continue reading
February 27, 2017
by Katie D.
So this time I wanted to try my hand at being a writing seminars major for about 30 minutes. I thought it would be a good way to shake up the blog and try out my capacity as one. As … Continue reading
” ¡Sí se puede!” Sophie shouted, ” ¡Sí se puede!” As the crowd chanted on and on, with each “¡Sí se puede!” getting faster and faster, louder and louder. I felt like I was in this sea of encouragement and … Continue reading
Just in case you didn’t get the message, I’m going to say it again: Stat 1 is NOT a 500 Level Class. If you did think that Stat 1 is a 500 level class, YOU ARE NOT ALONE and let’s be friends. … Continue reading
Today it was 80 degrees in Florida and 40 less degrees in Baltimore. I’m happy to be back and learn how to survive my first real winter. In Florida, buying any type of jacket other than the occasional hoodie seemed … Continue reading
My New Year’s Resolutions every year sound pretty much the same: get good grades, eat healthier, go to the gym more, sleep earlier, stop procrastinating…you know, those typical goals that everyone has. But I feel different about my resolutions for 2017. Ever … Continue reading
It was 6 pm on the second day of my winter break internship at the National Institutes of Health. I was just getting ready to pack up and go home when it happened–my computer beeped and I got the notification to … Continue reading
After a long week of finals, it was an amazing feeling to get off the plane at PBI and feel the heat and humidity of home hit me as I walked out to short term parking with my parents last … Continue reading
December 14, 2016
by Katie D.
What does home mean? Home for college students is something that we are waiting to go to over winter break. It’s a certain feeling of comfort that is unmatched by anything else. There’s a feeling of belonging at home that … Continue reading
I recently watched Charlie Day’s commencement address at Merrimack College. I don’t know how I stumbled upon it, probably in a video clip on Facebook, and I don’t even really care about Charlie Day (I’ve never watched It’s Always Sunny in … Continue reading