Sophomore Slump

Yesterday I was in the Bistro getting food between class and lab when I ran into a friend whom I haven’t seen in a long time. She asked me how I was, and I sighed and made a face to express my feelings about my day. She said “I feel you…It’s the Sophomore Slump.” Sophomore…

Spring and Summer

Homesickness and planning for the summer don’t really go together very well. While my Cypriot, mama’s daughter self tells me to spend all summer in Cyprus, my pre-professional self tells me that I need to put something good on my resume in the summer before my senior year. I’d love to be able to please…

Boston Trip

One of my friends from high school goes to college in Cambridge, but even though she’s so close, we have so many hassles scheduling visits. She’ll invite me up or I’ll invite her to come down and inevitably, we’ll both have some sort of prior commitment. Recently, though, the scheduling gods were in our favor.…

14 Days

Somehow, the entire Spring semester passed by without me noticing, and there are only 14 days left until the last day of classes. Over the course of those 14 days, I have to accomplish approximately 600 things. This, of course, is a guesstimation – I tried counting everything out but the number got so large…

Making choices: Registration Panic

So over the past week, I had to register for next semester’s classes. Three out of four were a success.Unfortunately, I couldn’t get all the classes I wanted to take. YES! Being a Junior has its perks. But the final class I wanted to take, Professor Bhachu’s Roots and Routes class had filled up. So…

The Guacamole Post

Hey, all. So here’s the weekly roundup. First, canines are coming to Clark! Whether you’re a dog person or not, get excited, because everyone (yes, I’m making a generalization), loves dogs…or cats…but mostly dogs. Diversability, which is an organization based in the office of disability services, is having therapy dogs come for finals week. So…