After spending most of my summer at Hopkins taking Physics and Organic Chemistry, it’s safe to say I was more than excited to finally return home to Seattle. My family had booked a two week trip to Europe (I’m currently … 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
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
Experiencing Spring Fair for the first time was probably my favorite moment at Hopkins so far. The campus was completely transformed into a wonderland of food … among other things. There was everything from chicken on (a) stick to N.C. … Continue reading
Last semester, I decided to write about one of my true passions, something I pursued in earnest the minute I stepped onto campus: collecting free T-shirts. I’ve expanded my collection considerably since then, adding shirts and tanks at every opportunity … Continue reading
For some reason, this particular week has gone by incredibly fast. Maybe its from a general lack of sleep (though self, not school inflicted), or a general lack of homework or exams as the semester winds to a close. This … Continue reading
Here at Hopkins, Spring Break splits the semester directly down the middle; it gives a perfect break in between all our work. With my break, I went back home to reclaim the sunny, sandy beaches of Palm Beach, But I … 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
March 23, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
Before coming to Hopkins, joining a sorority never once crossed my mind. In fact, when I was college hunting during my junior and senior years of high school, I was looking for schools with lower Greek life percentages. I didn’t … Continue reading