Fashionable Friends [read: really just fashionable Lela]

Summers in Boston mean being exponentially closer in distance to my friends in NYC than summers in Sarasota. Which means grabbing your weekender and getting on a cheap bus, starting with Lela! This past weekend she made the trek from NYC for a total of two, get ’em, two days. As you know, Lela is […]

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24/1 with Tiffany [read: literally 24 hours, 1 day with Tiffany]

This past weekend, my personal land mermaid Tiffany came to visit Boston for a total of 24 hours. Setting the scene: I was already sick for a week and a half with a deathly cough (don’t worry I’m still living, this is not a message from beyond the grave) so Tiffany chose to take on […]

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Relaxing Like a President [read: you’re right, there’s no such thing]

Happy long weekend everyone! Unless you’re Neena and you have next Friday off instead for some “Winter Carnival.” The quotes aren’t because I don’t believe her, they’re because I think it’s a funny alternative. Only at Williams. Regardless, she drove down to kick off this long weekend on Friday night (all by herself!) and entered […]

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Winter Camp [read: just kidding, we got heated cabins]

I have news! For those of you who don’t see me everyday, you don’t know that my life changed very much this January when I bit off way more than I can chew. I basically Elle Woods-ed it by becoming our university’s Panhellenic president. That means I look over the governing council that is comprised […]

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College and Concussions [read: I have found my enemy, it is the snow]

If you’ve been following the weather apps, it is snowing in Boston. You already know that, you don’t need me to tell you. I do ask, however, that you keep me informed when it snows because I apparently am never prepared. Twice this week, it snowed, and twice this week I was equally as shocked […]

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Winter in Florida [read: it was 60 degrees one day]

After a long calendar year of classes (Fall – Spring – Summer 1 – Summer 2 – Fall), the three-week break surrounding the ‘holidays’ was much needed and appreciated. My flight back to the SRQ may have landed at 2 A.M., and I may have been crabby on the very first day, but everything else […]

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Hurling Classic [read: the Irish confirm that Boston is, in fact, an Irish village]

I know I’ve hinted at it before, but this is your daily reminder: I definitely have a drop of Irish blood. Don’t let the primarily ethnic Indian complexion fool you. No arguing over that. So, naturally, I was at Fenway Park at 11 A.M. today for AIG’s Hurling Classic 2015 and Irish Festival (my breakfast of champions consisted […]

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Tourist in Boston [read: Grace visited last weekend, overjoyed emoji]

I got to show Grace around my favorite city this weekend for a total of four crazy quick days, something about time flies, something about having fun. Finally made it out to places I hadn’t been before (is there a song about this?), but now I can get tour guide certification and make the big bills. Day […]

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Three Cheers to Three Months Abroad [read: please, someone, take me back]

I spent the past three months studying abroad in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Sometimes I forget because I’m already back to my normal routine of vacuuming sand out of my car Geo from beach trips (or really asking my dad to do it because love is unconditional) and it seems like it all went […]

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