Even though I’m a senior (for a few more days, anyway), my senior spring semester course load wasn’t a joke. I had an internship, a graduate-level history of art class, and two other courses. So how did I luck out so much with finals?
I remember when I first got to college, I thought, Hmmmm. I don’t think I’m going to like it here. And I didn’t like it. Because it was different from high school. Because not all my friends were around anymore. Because it was so overwhelming and scary. My thoughts included: how the heck am I [...]
My advice: don’t grow up. My other advice: stay in college forever; do not graduate under any circumstances. My last advice: the first two pieces of advice are not viable.
I am a firm believer in the idea that it is never too late to do or try something new. Case in point: today I took my first yoga class.
Today is my birthday. I am now twenty-two. I’m pretty sure this means that I’m old. I’m trying to ignore this.
Some people might say that the first day of your senior year is the Beginning of the End. Some people might say that it’s the first day of spring semester of your senior year. But I think the Beginning of the End is the day that you finally figure out what the heck you’re doing [...]
I feel like I have a little bit of authority on this subject since I’m about to graduate. Okay, maybe not “authority”, but I definitely feel like I can give some good advice about this topic.
I know I rant and rave all the time about how great Ohio State is because of the people who work and study here. But I’m not sure that I rant and rave enough about how great the people who we bring to Ohio State are. I’m going to correct that short-coming on my part [...]
If you’re not an OSU student, then what you might not know is the active role that your advisor can play in your academic experience at Ohio State–if you let them.
I could say a lot about these “valentines” from some commanders-in-chief, but I’ll let their pictures do the talking.
I am very excited to announce that I have just heard back from my first law school–and I’ve been accepted!!!
The first few weeks of the new year always go by really quickly for me since I’ve come to college. For one thing, the hectic craziness that is sorority recruitment takes up the first two weekends of the term for me. For another, there’s the difficulty of getting into a new routine, with different classes, [...]
Those couple days after Christmas are just….blah. Some people call it post-holiday blues, but that sounds much too severe. I think it’s pretty common, actually. Some great and totally awesome event just happened and now it’s over and you’re kind of wondering what exactly to do next, since all your time before was spent preparing [...]
And not just in this blog–a concert review I wrote earlier this week has been published in UWeekly, an independent newspaper not affiliated with OSU, but that is distributed around campus. And the editor really liked it, so I’m going to be writing more concert reviews for them in the future!
It’s a bit of a tradition for two old friends and I to get together in the wee hours of the morning on Black Friday and head to the stores to people watch. While we’ve never personally witnessed any rioting, trampling, or violence, we have seen nasty words exchanged between irate and frantic shoppers. This [...]
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