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December 14, 2008
It looked delicious... but we were told we couldn't eat yet. It is an extremely sadistic thing to show us food and tell us we can't partake. I was ready to dive in. But there was a reason.
December 12, 2008
Today was my final exam for History of Argentine Music. This is how my studying unfolded on Twitter.
December 12, 2008
Unqualified and unsolicited advice on the college essay from someone who went about it the wrong way.
December 11, 2008
I have one week to go in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Before I find myself completely overwhelmed readjusting to life in the U.S., I thought I would share a few pointers for anyone who thinks studying abroad is in their future.
December 10, 2008
The money raised by Work it for Women was to help women with the costs of an abortion: travel, overnight stays and child care.
December 9, 2008
I think a die a little bit every time someone uses the word Obie to describe a person who goes to Oberlin (as in: We Obies love to hate things ). I think The Grape --one of Oberlin College's many publications--described the word as (and I'm paraphrasing here) "used only by The Review and the Admissions Department."
December 7, 2008
It's been almost a year in the making, took a great deal of time, energy, and paperwork, and probably made more than a few staff members resent seeing my e-mails pop up in their inboxes, but this past week my independent major in the Conservatory was approved.

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