With only a few weeks left until the end of this semester, we are all left wondering: Where did all the time go?! It’s so easy to lose track of time when you’re here, to be caught up in assignments and projects and meetings and… a whole lot of fun thrown into the mix. Before coming to Harvard Graduate School of Education, I was warned about how intense and how much work there was going to be, for most of us would only be here for less than a year. But I wasn’t warned about how much play there would be. Play in all forms one could possibly imagine: road trips, museum visits, in-class tic-tac-toe and video games, water color chemistry experiments… and the list just keeps getting longer. Don’t say nobody warned you!
Jasmine Chin is a Masters in Education candidate in the Arts in Education program. She was an arts administrator and public relations consultant that dabbled in piano performance, singing-songwriting, and flash-mobbing prior to pursuing her Masters. She is currently enjoying exploring new creative mediums beyond music, as well as learning about how to create positive impact through arts and education.