Monthly Archives: August 2010

First Scramble

I thought I might start off this year with a fabulous little anecdote about my summer goings-on at campus, and then tie it in nicely with a few thoughts on the upcoming final year of college life on the Puget Sound campus, and then perhaps sojourn into a few snarky quips about moving in to my house last minute and desperately searching through boxes for such mundane and irrelevant objects like my blanket or laptop computer.

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First Lasts

In a word, Perspectives was incredible! The group of leaders this year was out of this world, and the Class of 2014 – as well as all of the new transfer students – really seems to be one for the … Continue reading

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Booms and Bonding

I just wanted to write a quick post from the craziness of Perspectives training. Everything is going really well, and we are all getting SUPER excited for the freshmen and new transfers to arrive on Friday!! Yesterday, we split into … Continue reading

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Summer Nights (and Days)

Since this is my first Student Life blog, I think I’ll start off with a quick intro about myself. I am starting my senior year at Puget Sound, but actually started my college experience at Lake Forest College (30 miles … Continue reading

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Goodbye Summer, Hello New Students!

Today is August 12th which really isn’t a day of any importance, but for me it just happens to be the last Thursday of my summer break. Thus begins the countdown of all dates important and well, dreaded: the first … Continue reading

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Epiphanies feel like meteor showers on my skin!

See the short Sylvie Guillem video to which the following discussion refers and the post’s full form here. I don’t so much like the playfulness of the improvisation coupled with the serious, sentimental slow down, black & white, and romantic guitar. I do … Continue reading

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