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Weird Moments of Junior Year Vol. 1

I like to think life is something I can plan out and have control over but after each passing year I’ve learned no matter how much control I think I have it’s always best to let destiny take it’s course. 198 more words

Childhood Living

Jim and I met in Bloomington, Indiana in the spring of 1971. We were both 20 and in the nascent stages of coming out. He a year before, me just that April. 622 more words

Indiana University Diving Internship

Samples from 2014 summer internship with Indiana University Diving.  Interviews and photographs featuring IU Varsity divers, IU Dive Campers, and world renowned coaches.  Produced educational and promotional content for IU Diving in collaboration with 2012 Head Olympic Dive Coach, Drew Johansen. 81 more words

Indiana University

Review: Peter Boyer - Symphony No 1

OMG. Wow. Just – wow. Give me more. I love this music!

In his latest recording, American composer, Peter Boyer, debuts his first ever symphony, Symphony No. 828 more words

Classical Music

College Campuses Nationwide Present Free Speech Walls

In honor of Constitution Day, SPJ/ONA DePaul and other SPJ student chapters across the country organized Free Speech Walls. Participants exercised their First Amendment rights to free speech by writing posts ranging from political to poetic. 27 more words


As college freshmen are beginning their first semester at the college of their dreams, but those of us still stuck in the prison that is high school are going through the agony that is waiting to hear back about college acceptance from those very same places. 535 more words

Thomassons: Vestigial Architecture

I was fascinated by this recent podcast and article over at 99% Invisible about “Thomassons,” architectural elements on structures or properties that no longer have a function and yet are maintained.  2,091 more words