Venice is a place of dreams. This is true in a broad sense, of course; the place is completely surreal. Everything about it is hazy and magical, vivid and strange. It's a city built on water, a city sinking amidst its own paved alleyways and winding canals. But more specifically, it's a place of my … Continue reading Venice
That's right...I'm back! So yeah, you're probably thinking..."wait, I thought there were supposed to be a whole summer's worth of blog posts before this one?" And if you weren't expecting that, then, boo you for not having faith in me...but mainly kudos to you for thinking that my former resolution was pretty far-fetched in reality. … Continue reading …And the Return
It's today it's today it's today!!! I have no idea what that quote is from, but it's from some movie. A kid is running somewhere really excitedly, saying that that in a high pitched voice over and over. I'm imagining that he is waving something in the air, shrieking and completely filled with energy and joy. … Continue reading Departure
This summer I am...drumroll please...STUDYING ABROAD! I'm taking part in Georgia Tech's Summer Oxford Program. For the first six weeks, we will be traveling all around Europe studying Art History and European Composers. We're going to visit Paris, Venice, Rome, Florence, Munich, Vienna, Prague, and Bruges, each for about three or four days. We'll be … Continue reading Summer Plans
Hello again! I hope that everyone has had or is having an amazing end of their spring semester or school year, beginning of their summer, etc! I have officially finished my freshman year of college, which is crazy! I packed up and said goodbye to freshman dorm, roommate, dining halls...some parts of which were much … Continue reading (Another) Goodbye to Freshman Year
Yesterday was the last official day of classes. Congrats you guys, we did it! Well, we’ve almost done it. Because yes, there are free breakfasts and therapy dogs, popsicles and bowling—tried and true signs of another term...terminating. (Sorry, that was too good to pass up.) These wonderful fun FREE things do little to disguise the … Continue reading Happy Finals Week!
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