August 28, 2015

Summer in the Dacks

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When Professor Cliff Reiter reached out to me about leading a summer trip to the Adirondacks, I was thrilled. I have been to his New Russia home (which he calls “camp”) once each semester since my sophomore year. This would be my fourth time in the Dacks (I missed one semester because I was studying […]

January 24, 2015

Out On the Town: the Vibrance of Easton

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Take a walk down College Hill, into the center of Easton. It is a great way to relax and clear your head during stressful times. It may be tempting to stay tucked away in the library or spend your days on College Hill, but Easton has delicious food, a vibrant community, and wonderful activities and […]

The Manhattan skyline in the evening

July 6, 2014

Going On and Off of the Beaten Path

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This week officially marks the second half of my internship in NYC (link to AppNexus Blog coming soon). Five weeks flew by; it is nice to look back at old posts and think about all that has happened since arriving in this city at the end of May. Something that has become obvious to me […]

April 21, 2014

Read it and …drool?

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Hiya readers!! Guess what – I survived course registration! It’s always a fairly stressful time for me, but everything always works out in the end. This year, as a rising senior, you’d think everything would go as smooth as… as… well, something really smooth. It didn’t quite do that, but the final product that I […]