This year, I was given the opportunity to do research through the IAC’s Dean Research Internship program! This internship pairs first year liberal arts students with a professor of their major and field of interest in order to learn the ropes of conducting research. In this program each student could either work on their own … Continue reading My IAC Dean’s Research Internship
So as you know I'm obsessed with Gilmore girls. (HA, understatement of the year.) As you may also know (thanks to my Instagram that I much more faithfully update than this poor pretty little child blog of mine), when I found out that Lauren Graham was writing a book about her experiences as Lorelai on … Continue reading Talking As Fast I Can Book Review
My favorite class this summer was—surprise!—my English 1102 class. It was a class about Shakespeare and Law. My teacher, Dr. Higinbotham, was absolutely amazing. I highly recommend her. She was so enthusiastic, supportive, and kind. (She's also brilliant, but I guess that part is a given.) We had so many thought-provoking discussions, both in class … Continue reading Shakespeare and Law and Papermaking, Oh My!
(I wrote this essay for an independent novels assignment in my AP Literature class. We had to choose a literary criticism and use it to analyze any book we wished. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen and feminism? DUH. I'm the poster fan child for both. Anyway, this was really fun to write, and it won the Young … Continue reading Finally Finding Fanny (And The Voice of Women Throughout History)