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List 1: Books that made me cry

One thing that I enjoy almost as much as reading books is writing lists, so I’ve decided I’ll periodically share some book related lists with you. 168 more words

Books

Top Five

I decided to start a new weekly series called Top Five where I highlight my favorite moments of the week. I would love it if you shared your top moments of the week! 111 more words

New York City

Museum Miles

One of the serendipitous joys of warm-weather research is (occasionally) fleeing the archive to sample a new city’s eateries, museums, and sites. As you research your way across America (and beyond) this spring/summer, here are a few exhibits worth pausing for—feel free to add more in the comments. 430 more words

Public History

Top 5 Things They Should Bring Back at Disney World

Walt Disney World opened in 1971 with a very different footprint than it has today. Certainly a smaller one, anyway! But Walt himself said (of Disneyland) that it would never be finished but would instead be changing and growing over the years. 643 more words

Walt Disney World

My packing list for one week in Mexico.

As I mentioned, I spent one week in Yucatan, Mexico. The first four days were spent with my boyfriend, exploring the Riviera Mayan ruins, snorkeling cenotes and lounging on beaches together. 325 more words

How To

making lists.

Recently my mind has been thinking in lists. I should probably spend a little less time on BuzzFeed and more time being a responsible adult but since I’ve come up with some pretty interesting lists, I thought I’d share them here. 373 more words

Top10

12 Brutally Honest Responses to Give to an Acquaintance Who Asks You "How's It Going?"

It’s spring bitches! Warm weather is here now and people are starting to interact outside again. Anonymity is a thing of the past; no longer can you trudge up Sheridan in your puffy coat and blanket-sized scarf, blending in with the rest of the amorphous blobs in backpacks. 631 more words

Northwestern