I graduated!

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 when […]

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I’m in Seattle!

I’m spending the weekend in Seattle, visiting with Matthew and searching for an apartment. I don’t even know how I found housing without Padmapper–it is a life-saver. Seattle will be home base, which means its where my heart and books are, while I’ll be flitting around Boston. Though my brain is travel-blocked, I’ve found 3 […]

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Humanities Scholars Program Students Before the Pittsburgh City Council

Today I was honored to join two other women in the Humanities Scholars Program of Carnegie Mellon University to thank the Pittsburgh City Council for passing a proclamation honoring Bill Dietrich, whose $265 million donation to Carnegie Mellon could profoundly change the future of the university. CMU has grown so much in the past 30 years–from […]

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