New Year’s is around the corner and, you’ve guessed it: that makes it that special time of year to be oddly reflective and introspective. Around the world, people are opening a journal for the first time, or reminiscing through iPhone photographs … Continue reading
December 19, 2016
by Jenna M.
Comments Off on What I Learned in My First Semester (besides actual academic types of things)
115 days, 5 classes, and 1 new city later, and I am finally finished with my first semester at Hopkins. It is truly amazing how much a life can change in such short period of time. In some respects I often felt … 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
One semester is almost done! The only thing standing between me and winter break is two finals: Calculus II for Bio on Tuesday, and Applied Chemical Equilibrium on Friday. Of course, I am writing this as an excuse to take … 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
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
Thanksgiving is easily one of my favorite holidays. It is literally a holiday centered around food: what’s there not to like? Every year I look forward to Thanksgiving, but this year I was more excited than ever. This year meant … Continue reading
November 18, 2016
by Jack G.
This is a continuation from a previous post. Part I dealt with the furniture in the room, and can be found here. Part II deals with room layouts, floor plans, and amenities. Unlike in Part I, I can begin this blog … Continue reading
Course registration. Two words, five syllables, an experience that occurs eight times in one’s Hopkins career. For me, this is one of those things that I came to college with no true understanding of; in high school, my classes were … Continue reading
This was originally going to be a post about how to avoid stress at Hopkins, but considering the events of the past few days, I thought I’d adapt it into a list of things that we, the Hopkins community, can … Continue reading