D-Day for high school seniors going to college–May 1–is coming up and I know a lot of my friends are struggling to decide where they want to spend their college career. This makes me reflect on my own experience in picking a college.
I was that obnoxious kid everyone hated who submitted all […]
As I said in my last blog post, I’m in Boston for the Harvard National Model United Nations. McDaniel, in a strange turn of events, is representing three countries this year: Chile, Guatemala, and Paraguay. I in particular am on the Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee for Guatemala. We’re discussing two main topics: […]
My name is Ema Barnes, and I’m a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed freshman here at McDaniel.
If you ask me where I’m from, my answer will vary. Some people ask because they pick up on my subtle accent. I grew up in Invercargill, New Zealand, so I pronounce certain words differently and can occasionally turn […]