As my friends have constantly been updating me on their bounty of adventures this summer through Snapchat, I have spent the last month and a half doing Organic Chemistry and Physics and internally crying my way through this “break”. In … Continue reading
June 17, 2017
by Varun K.
This weekend I got the chance to head down to Camden Yards and watch the Baltimore Orioles take on the St. Louis Cardinals. It was a great time with great company, but I couldn’t help but compare it to my … Continue reading
In my free time I enjoy playing around with video editing software and making compilations of basketball highlights and putting together other home videos, here is easily my favorite video. Cheers to the freshman class at Hopkins and here’s to another … Continue reading
Stefano drops back to pass, he scans the field looking for an open target, he pumps once, pumps again, he sees Varun streak open from the corner of his eye and he fires a dart in his direction. Varun reaches … Continue reading
My fingers were shaking as I plodded backwards step by step, carefully planning out my sentences with each awkward, choppy movement I took. I spoke with an aire of nervousness, often stumbling over my words (and my feet) and spitting … Continue reading
One of my favorite activities to do when I get some free time at good ol’ Johnny Hop is going to the Rec Center and playing basketball with my friends. It’s a great way to just relax and have fun, … Continue reading
Don’t get me wrong, I love the Fresh Food Cafe; being able to eat as much food as I want and getting to pick from so many different cuisines is heavenly. That being said, it can get repetitive after a … Continue reading
Ever since I can remember Thanksgiving has been spent with my cousin’s family. It’s usual get together, eat until we can barely move, play games, watch football, and just have a great time. This year I was expecting the same … Continue reading
Many people say Hopkins is their second home, but when they say that, what they really mean is that Brody Learning Commons is their second home. This isn’t just because the average student spends egregious amounts of time studying in … Continue reading
October 28, 2016
by Varun K.
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The Big Apple…The City that Never Sleeps…NEW YORK CITY…As a West Coaster who’s spent all 18 years of his life in the cozy, rainy confines of Seattle, getting the chance to go to New York with my floor mates during … Continue reading