It was such a big day full of so many big things, so I’ll just share three pictures:
My friend Caroline Kessler giving her stunning graduation speech–entreating us all to defy easy explainations:
My friend Izzy and I in line–as fellow 5th years, we’ve kept each other company this semester but we first met [...]
I’m graduating today! By the time you read this, I’ll have my diploma in hand. I’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop–some library fine or homework assigned I didn’t turn in and a sad look from the Dean when he tells me I can’t graduate.
So far, so good. No sad looks, [...]
I’m reposting this from a good and wise friend’s blog; it’s a guest post from a wicked smart and kind friend of ours. It’s graduation tomorrow and I’ll be posting all kinds of euphoric and bubbly stuff in the morning. But this matters. Trigger warning for: sexual assault.
A dear lady-friend of mine has been [...]
Today was my last day escorting for Planned Parenthood of Western PA. This week’s been a lot of “lasts”: my last final for college (“Origins of the Arab/Israeli Conflict: 1880 – 1948″), last grading (“How to Get a Job”), last time walking into the College of Fine Arts, dropping a form off at the Dean’s [...]
I like words. I find them friendly, comforting. They are the first place I turn to when I need to think a problem through and whether alone on a page or performed by actors, they give me a sense of the world as it is and as it could be.
I collect them. I’ve posted [...]