This week I went to see the on-campus production of Buried Child. I went out to support our college theater and to see how the hard work of the students and staff has paid off. I also got to see some cool alumni that I normally would not get to see who came out to [...]
Because I give myself permission on Thursday evenings to take a break from hitting the books too much, right after I finished my two-hour shift at the Writing Center, I met up with some friends in Red Square so we could walk over to the theater to watch McDaniel Theatre’s production of Buried Child.
As a resident assistant, I’m responsible for hosting events for my floor. This, quite honestly, scares me. I’m not the best at telling people that they should go to events, so the advertising part is just pure scary. However, I had an event last week that came together super successfully.
My event, which [...]
This past week, the English department has been busy with an Alumni Panel and with an alumni author visiting campus.
One of the struggles of college is realizing that pretty soon I’ve got to know what I’m doing with my life. I have a very divided personality–I want to do something Political Science related [...]
Family’s weekend is a wonderful, busy, and crowded weekend on The Hill. Family’s weekend includes a lot of events such as a football, softball games with tailgating, the bookstore is open extra hours, seniors start thinking about buying class rings, and in general a lot happens. There also happened to be a wonderful acappella [...]