Graduation is less than three months away, which means seniors are hard at work with their final project: the thesis. Some have opted for the traditional route, while others are taking on more work and tackling an honors thesis. 231 more words
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I’m not very consistent with these posts, but I have been consistent with my 2016 New Year Resolution – reading female authors.
Besides two summer exceptions, which were definitely worth it – Yoga for people who can’t be bothered to do it by Geoff Dyer and The Tortilla Curtain by T.C Boyle – I read books by females all year. 247 more words
If you believe Geoff Dyer’s self-description, he’s not a person of much consequence. He’s apparently lazy, aimless, easily displeased and not notably ambitious. Even when he inserts himself in one of his stories, his stand-in seems unimpressive. 955 more words
“Next to my primary and junior schools, in the small town where I grew up (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) was a large recreation park. During term time we played there at lunchtimes; in the summer holidays, we spent whole afternoons playing football. 164 more words