Class of 2020 Blog

Posts from the Johns Hopkins Class of 2020

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February 27, 2017
by Katie D.
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A Poem about Woodberry Kitchen and Why I am not a Writing Sems Major

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

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February 20, 2017
by Katie D.
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Being More

B’More classes occur during the last week of intersession, and are only open for freshman to enroll in. These are classes that cultivate a new awareness of Baltimore, in all different senses. There are a variety of B’More classes. This … Continue reading

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February 1, 2017
by Katie D.
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The Women’s March and Me

” ¡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

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December 28, 2016
by Katie D.
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A Not So White Christmas

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

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November 30, 2016
by Katie D.
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Ten Things I’m Thankful For at Hopkins

1. The Baltimore food scene Well I wrote over a thousand words on food in Baltimore for my last blog, so for specifics head there. But the amazing diversity of flavors in Baltimore can keep you exploring for years, or … Continue reading

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November 15, 2016
by Katie D.
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The Lucid Dreaming of a Foodie

Baltimore is for food lovers. There is an unprecedented, beautiful variety of cuisine that can be sought out in this city. Baltimore is a quirky place. It’s filled with these niches of the odd and the peculiar. And, at the … Continue reading