The Ripple Effect

The reason I came to Clark is a long one, but the biggest thing that attracted me to the school was that students could make things happen. I talk about student initiatives directly and indirectly in a lot of these posts, but that’s because it’s so prominent on campus. I came to Clark knowing that I…

Nostalgia: The Homesickness of Memories

Not a lot happened this week, but seeing as it was the second to last full week of classes, that’s expected. Instead of thinking about the past week, then, I’m thinking more about the future. To be specific, three weeks into the future, when I get to go home again! I’ve been thinking a lot…

Morning Time

Good morning! It is 5:08 AM on a Monday morning. I do not know what the world looks like today as I am sitting on my bed in my darkened, cozy room, but I am assuming it is still there, and knowing Worcester, I feel confident suggesting that there is a significant chance it is…

A Great Big Sigh of Relief

  And just like that, almost all of the stresses in my life have been wiped off my plate. For the last few weeks, I’ve been blogging incessantly about Cabaret and my music lessons, which all culminated in their final performances this weekend. Today I performed two clarinet pieces in the student recital. I haven’t…

Clark-a-Pella and Pirogi

Right now I’m sitting in the AC trying to remember what I did last weekend. No, I didn’t do anything outrageous. There were just so many exciting things happening on campus, I don’t know where to start. Thursday night: Feminists United Open Mic. I write poetry, but I didn’t have any poems about feminism. So…

Ready Set Scavenge

Ready…set…go! In approximately 22 days my countdown for Santa Claus will officially start. Until then I have a series of projects, tests, and labs standing in my way. In reality I only have two more days of hard work left – Monday and Tuesday. After that I will be venturing home back to New Jersey.…