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Belize Re-cap + The Importance of Investing in Yourself & Others

Last week my mother and I traveled to Belize for a much-needed vacation. This was my first international trip and I had no idea it would provide me with such a refreshing perspective. 645 more words

Belize

A Year of Poems - Day 258

Bright Wings, bend quick to bring me home,
for I have wandered far from nest
where I felt first your warm feathers
brood oe’r me lest I leap and fall, 160 more words

A Year Of Poems

My Freshman Experience

This year has been nothing short of a blast. I have made so many memories and have had a ton of wonderful experiences. Hopkins is one of the world’s best institutes and it is a privilege to be able to study in this vibrant community of scholars. 562 more words

Hopkins Interactive

August

I spent the weekend in Punta Gorda and Hopkins with the PETAL ladies. It was a perfect end to the month and just what I needed – being by the sea, hanging out, and taking a moment to enjoy the beauty of Belize.  257 more words

Living Abroad

'The Blackcoat's Daughter' review

Anthony Hopkins son, Osgood’s debut film lives up to the izzat his family name suggests. The Blackcoat’s Daughter, a supernatural horror film which was first shown at the Toronto Film Festival  in 2015, was re released in March this year, gaining the title of being one of the better horror films at the midway point of 2017. 196 more words

Horror

Poets You Should Know: Gerard Manley Hopkins

This post is part one in an on-going series of poets that (I think) you should know. In each post I will include a short bio, some reasons that you should consider diving into their poetry, and some recommended works to get started with. 1,168 more words

POETRY

The Windhover

The Windhover 

by Gerard Manley Hopkins

                 to Christ Our Lord

I caught this morning morning’s minion, king-

    dom of daylight’s dauphin, dapple-dawn-drawn Falcon, in his riding… 120 more words

Poetry