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Don’t forget where you belong

Published 2m ago -

I have been experiencing trouble writing this column, trying to pay a proper tribute to the two people that I owe the most to in this world, before I fly off into the great unknown. These two are, of course, my mum and dad, both two exemplary individuals in th... More »

Cameron’s Shenanigans

Published 3m ago -

My perfect Saturday after a long week often entails sitting on my parent’s bed, sipping a piping hot cup of chai tea, sinking my fork into a stack of gluten free pancakes and watching a movie. My mom has a re- corded list of all the movies that we both love.... More »

Maia’s Musings: Characterized by Curiousity

Published 5m ago -

You know how most people have a dream job, practical and monetary motivations aside? I have spent my whole life trying to figure out what that dream job is for me, because most ideas the float around in my head do not have much permanence or resonance. There h... More »

When a song hits you

Published 7m ago -

Something that I have never understood, and probably never will understand, is how music can just hit me. Sometimes I hear a song and something just clicks inside of me. It is quite like the feeling of sampling a decadent chocolate gelato in Roma because you c... More »

Two decades have gone by

Published 8m ago -

Two decades have gone by for me: 20 winters, 20 springs, 20 summers and 20 autumns. I cannot seem to grasp the significance of such a number. I have long felt twenty, since I have been in college for almost two and a half years, but now it is my true age. I of... More »

I was going to write about…

Published 8m ago -

I was going to write about old movies and shows that I like: about that twinkle in my eye when Katherine Hepburn graces the screen in The Philadelphia Story, or about how watching Raymond Burr play the part of Perry Mason is an extension of my childhood. I us... More »

Old fashioned, it’s fine

Published 9m ago -

When most people see me around on campus, I’m always doing something. There was one guy who always used to tease me about the fact that I am everywhere. Every time I greeted him, he would just ask me what group, job or class I was running around for. He was ... More »