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It's Not Goodbye, It's See You Later. Or is it?

Today I have been thinking a lot about how life has changed so drastically in the last couple of years. Being a senior in college, I am realizing that the stereotypical thought of how a person grows away from what was once all he or she knew, is quite accurate. 433 more words

Student Perspective

Would You Rather...

I just remembered this great discussion that my English class had in my junior year of high school. We were reading the book “Into the Wild” and we were talking about how likely it is that we will be able to do the things we loved when we became so-called “adults”. 546 more words

Words From A Student

Blinded by the thoughts of the Future

Living in the present: it’s what everyone should do. I know it’s quite clear why we should do that.

But what if your present turned dull and your future brighter or let’s just say more acessible? 235 more words


BA Fine Art

Talking of graduation, I think it’s a really interesting time for me in terms of my practice. My practice towards the end of my degree questioned the role of higher education in society; I wondered how my life would change once I was Rachel Fenwick with a BA in Fine Art. 181 more words


I did it!

After a long summer of hard work, mixed with a lot of relaxation and adventures, I’m finally getting round to a bit of blogging. Thankfully I’m all up to date on the making process of what was my fabulous degree show piece, however I never did upload the photographs showing my completed exhibition piece: … 93 more words


Baby Come Back

Since graduation my small town world has been thoroughly shaken. People I have grown up with and know for my entire life have now moved all across the state, most of whom I will likely never see again but for the occasional “like” on social media. 315 more words

The End is Near

As I sat in my apartment a few nights ago I realized one thing, I am a senior…….

Now you might be thinking “Um how did she just realize that ?” Well it didn’t hit me until I sat down and actually thought about it. 411 more words