College Drop-Out (Kinda)

This week marks the end of the first “midterm” week at Hopkins. My friends are cramming for upper-level classes and writing papers. Freshmen I’ve talked to are extremely scared for their first “college” exams. Meanwhile, I’ve forgotten what its like to stay up till 3 am in the library. This…

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Working the Dream

I really, really love my internship. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Put “internship” and “love” too close together in a sentence and you’ve entered dangerous oxymoron territory. Internships aren’t about love, or fun, or warm and fuzzy feelings. They’re about grunt work. I’m talking coffee runs, copy jams, and…

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JHU Summer Bucket List

Like other SAABers, I am currently in Baltimore. I’ve heard Charm City is especially wonderful in the summer months, and I’m beyond excited to experience it for myself. Naturally, I’ve compiled a bucket list of things that I want to do by the time my sophomore fall starts in September.…

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Adulting

I’ve come to the conclusion that there are a couple of pivotal moments in a young person’s life where one realizes that they are, indeed, now an adult. ex. 1: When you start making sure to bring a jacket whenever you leave the house. ex.  2: When you start drinking almond milk…

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A Charmed Summer

Even though my last final was under a week ago, it feels as though it’s been an eternity. Half of my suite’s doors are locked and closed for the summer, and there are only a handful of people on campus right now. Over the summer, there’s a variety of things…

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On Being 57% Done With College

When it’s this time of year, the campus is buzzing with talk of summer plans, semesters abroad, internships, and job placements. And all of the talk had me feeling way too introspective and I remembered that I’m through 4/7 semesters here at Hopkins, meaning that I’m roughly 57% done college.…

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