One of many


It’s April 24th: exactly 12 days before the last day of classes and one month before graduation. The unfortunate mixture of senioritis and impending assessments is at an all-time-high. In between desperately trying to find some motivation to finish out the year, I’ve found myself to be incredibly nostalgic. Now I know it’s to be […]

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Keepin’ it Real


A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about how much I love the organized trips we take with the Hopkins in Madrid program, because of the different aspects of culture we’re exposed to. I also—the big nerd that I am—admitted that one of my favorite parts of the program is how we’re constantly […]

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Hopkins is home because of the people. Almost immediately, I made friends that I knew I would have for the rest of my life. On top of finding another family, at Hopkins I met a student body that was unique, passionate, and driven and within that group was able to find smaller communities that shared […]

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Theatre Kid


Sure, you might have heard that this past weekend was dedicated to families, but it was also the first weekend of the Barnstormers’ production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. I’ll preface this post by saying that I’ve genuinely always loved theatre. Heck, I even dabbled in it myself when I was younger, with my groundbreaking […]

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Transformation Tuesday


Scrolling through the Class of 2019’s excited, unique, and nervous Facebook posts, I can’t help but think back to 2 years ago when I was in those exact shoes. Mid-July-of-2013-me was preparing for my graduating concert in Indian Classical Music, eagerly pretending I didn’t need to make college lists, and aggressively correcting the general public […]

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