It’s good to be undecided

I’m a senior and it’s time for me to pick classes for the last time. I remember the first time I had to choose classes. It was the summer before my first year and every student meets with their assigned advisor on the phone or Skype to discuss which classes they should be taking. I…

Chemistry: The Struggle Continues

In tenth grade, I took a Chemistry class. I was deathly afraid of it, but I had to take it as part of the 4-years-of-science graduation requirement maintained by my school. I also wanted to take AP Biology at some point, and I felt that a basic understanding of Chemistry would help me in the…

This week was my week.

I was met with so many wonderful things this week, starting on Monday, continuing all the way to Friday. I was interviewed on Monday afternoon after I applied to be an Orientation Coordinator. I was asked some questions I wasn’t expecting at all, and forgot some of the great examples I could’ve mentioned in some…

Adventures with the Peapod Squad!

    Well hello! It’s been a while. I ended up getting caught up in a whirlwind of classwork, projects, tests and work, and ended up neglecting my little corner of the blogosphere. Thrilling stuff, I tell you. Thrilling. This weekend I got to take a break from the stresses of schoolwork; the Peapod Squad…

World Cup Nostalgia

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This weekend has been quiet and uneventful. I watched Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Marriage of Maria Braun and read Ed Albee’s plays for class, looked for off-campus housing(next year but have to sign leases soon) and slept a great deal. A stark difference from last weekend, when I spent about six hours watching people play football. Any event, especially…

Safety Escort

Since the beginning of this school year, I’ve been employed by Clark’s Safety Escort Service. Lest the wrong idea come to your mind, this has nothing to do with the oldest profession. Lest an awesome idea come to your mind, it also has nothing to do with the Safety Dance. Escort, as it is universally…