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I did it!

Written by    Mar 25, 2014

And I’m not just saying that I made a blog post… haven’t done that for awhile… but I did something that has been taking my time and focus away from other things such as blogging: I presented my original solo show for an audience!  

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Research, Study Abroad, The Future

Gordon Gee Saves the Day!

Written by    Nov 13, 2013

It’s been quite a while, and I have a few posts in the works, but here is something that is very recent in my life… It was just a normal day… getting off from work and I was headed over to the 5th Annual Bellwether Improv Festival to see some friends and improv professionals perform (check it out on twitter #Bell5 and @8thfloorimprov … its […]

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Advice, Author, Personal, Research, Stress, The Future

Gettin’ Wilde

Written by    May 21, 2013

I’ve been having an exciting this summer preparing for my role in Evolution Theatre Company’s modern day production of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance. We have been working since mid-april and it opens tomorrow (!).  Columbus has a vibrant theatre scene and I’m excited to perform with all of these talented actors.

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Events, Personal, Personal Events, School Spirit, Work

It doesn’t quite feel like summer without a smoothie

Written by    May 15, 2013

I’m alive, and i’ve been busy. I have a lot of exciting things to share about what I’m doing, now, what I’m doing this summer, and what I’m doing next year. But first things first. SUMMMER! It hasn’t quite hit me (mostly because I’m taking 2 mayterm classes…) but the regular academic year at Ohio State is over…. so now it’s time to sit back, […]

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Food, nutrition, Relaxation

InTransit

Written by    Apr 10, 2013

Hi, remember me? I’m still alive, but it’s been a while. You could say that I’ve been in transit … just always running somewhere. I could fill up an entire blog entry about all the awesome stuff I’ve been doing this semester, but it would end up just being a list  (and those are pretty boring…) In any case, this past Tuesday I went to an experimental […]

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Events

I’m feeling thoughtful

Written by    Feb 15, 2013

Not like being nice, mind you, but rather full of thought. Like thinking. I haven’t slept much all week (my procrastinating-self’s fault…), so now that Ihave a semi-normal amount of sleep under my belt, my brain is on rapid-fire mode. The culprit: “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs […]

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Advice, Personal, The Future

Spring Break is not for awhile, But…

Written by    Jan 26, 2013

I know what I’m doing! Through the college of Arts and Sciences, there is a spring break trip to Los Angeles in order to network with OSU alumni in the various industries that are in LA.

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The Future, Travel, Why Ohio State?

Through the lens

Written by    Jan 21, 2013

I remember this in my Craft of Acting class that I took last year: “To Observe is to disturb.” I love photography, but in some ways I feel that by capturing a moment, you also kind of ruin it. I have to decide whether a moment is something that I’d enjoy, or photograph (otherwise I’d have wayyyyy more photos). Taking pictures for me is like […]

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Author, Events, Football, Personal, Student Life, Travel

Here comes the Boom!

Written by    Jan 14, 2013

What’s in store for this semester, FTK! (Buckeyethon, for the kids!) and more.   No, I haven’t seen that movie (although I recently saw silver linings playbook—so good!), but this semester makes me feel “like a bomb before explosion” (so obsessed with that Adele song right now!). Now that I’ve probably used enough parentheticals and references to pop culture in my first [run-on] sentence, I’ll get […]

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Academics, Classes, Personal, Schedules, Stress, Student Life, The Future

Looking onward: Senior spring round 1

Written by    Jan 11, 2013

Blogging is like exercising… Once you get in the groove, you keep doing it, but once you stop, it’s really hard to pull yourself back to the keyboard (or treadmill).  Not like my winter break was very blog-worthy… I was sick the whole time. I was coming down with a cold when I went back home where everyone there was recovering from another bug. Sometimes […]

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Personal, The Future