Close friends of mine will be able to tell you just how far my obsession with the cult television show, Gilmore Girls, extends. I can throw quotes out from any season, and any episode, on command. For example, I can tell you that the quote written above would actually not be found on any Gilmore … More “Life’s short, talk fast.”
Spring has finally begun to take root (literally) on the streets of Harvard Square. Restaurants are bringing out the patio tables, puffy jackets are being traded in for light pea coats, and there’s a happier feeling in the air, a sign that summer is upon us, and… oh no… graduation is drawing closer and closer. … More Spring Has Sprung!
We’ve all been there. Those days where you feel like the world is just conspiring against you, waiting to see just how much it can push you before you break. We’ve all had those bad days when it seems like nothing is going to go your way, and you just want to curl up in … More A Stomach Ache and a Caring Community
What does the day in the life of a HGSE student look like? Well, I am one, so I’d be glad to provide you with a little sneak peek! As a reading specialist intern in the Language and Literacy program, my days come with a practicum placement – a setting where I work with students … More A Day in the Life of a L&L Student
For those of you who haven’t watched (and cried through) the classic movie, Love Story, this is a film from the 1970s that centers around a Harvard hockey player and a Radcliffe intellectual who have absolutely nothing in common other than their deep love for each other. When I first began considering plans for graduate … More “Dream. Try. Do Good.”
The dreaded word – finals. Whether we’re grading them or taking them, finals never really seem to go away. We all know from our four years in college how hard it can be to stay healthy and be committed to exercise when you’re stuck in a chair in the library typing up papers all evening, … More Finals.
I remember walking into the Admitted Students Orientation in April, just waiting for that moment when they’d look for my name on the check-in list, give me the up-and-down, and say “Whoops, we didn’t mean to accept you. Sorry, our mistake.” Instead, I was warmly welcomed by the student ambassadors currently studying and following their … More The Long-Winded April Fools Joke?