Nick Endicott ’20
Entries from this blogger
What It Means To Be an Obie
March 28, 2017
An uncertain definition for an unclear identity.
Admissions Advice, or A Letter to Prospective Obies That's Actually a Projection of Latent Internal Misery
December 27, 2016
A rejection is never the end. It isn't a failing or a miscalculation or a detour on the path of young adulthood. In fact, for me, a rejection was the impetus to drive myself toward acceptance elsewhere.
An Insider's Guide to Gettin' Them Tickets
December 5, 2016
To get those coveted tix, Obies aplenty nervously shook in their blundstones as they queued a massive single-file line across the first floor of Wilder.
Quenching that Java Thirst in Oberlin
November 18, 2016
If you're like me, and rely on holding a plastic cup in your hand to complete your Nancy Botwin aesthetic, let me assure you that there is nothing to fear.
Breakaway (not like the Kelly Clarkson song)
November 9, 2016
Well, this was my time. I was ready. My hair was cut, my ears were pierced, and I was armed with plenty of wild anecdotes.
"Ohio? Oh, ok..."
October 27, 2016
On leaving New England to go to college.