End of the Year Festivities

The end of the year is my favorite time of the school year. There is something about the end that brings people together. As I mentioned in my previous post, the end is always bittersweet, but I think because it … Continue reading

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See You In September, Colby

Well, we’ve made it. Yesterday marked the last day of classes for this school year. I’ve always had a weird relationship with endings – I find them both exhilarating and sad at the same time. It’s exciting to reach the … Continue reading

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CLAS and performances everyday…

Last week was extremely hectic and I was basically performing everyday. Wednesday: Piano class performance Thursday: MU182 Music Theory 2 composition Friday: Rehearsal for Saturday and Sunday’s concert Sat&Sun: Carmina Burana I really enjoyed all the performances I had in Colby … Continue reading

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Spanish Dinner and Sunshine

On Sunday night, my Spanish professor Emma invited our class to have dinner at her apartment. She cooked us all a delicious Mexican meal of homemade enchiladas, rice, guacamole, and other Mexican dips. It was a really cool experience to … Continue reading

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The End is Near…So What Have I Learned?

The end is always bittersweet. On one hand, you feel ready for the journey to end. It had its time and now it’s time for something new. But at the same time, the end requires letting go. Letting go of … Continue reading

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Finding Bliss

I do not believe in perfect happiness. We are hard-wired to worry, to expect disaster even on our most joyous occasions. When, as a child, I got the guinea pig I’d been wanting for months, there was not a single … Continue reading

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Summer Is (almost) Here

The end of the school year is coming quickly. I feel like just yesterday I was moving into my dorm, putting up all my pictures and unpacking all of clothes. Maybe it’s because I’ve only been here since January, but … Continue reading

About Meg

Before moving to "The Hill," I grew up in the quiet farm town of Princeton, Mass. Whether I'm making a brownie sundae at Dana, running through the streets of Waterville, or sunbathing with friends on the quad, I love everything about Colby, but some of my favorites are the flatbread pizzas at Bobs, yoga classes at the athletic center, and Miller Library's comfortable chairs. I spend time running track, visiting my CCAK buddy, and writing for insideColby.
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Lobstah Rolls

Well, after months and months of snow, winter jackets, perilously hanging icicles and countless hot chocolates … spring is FINALLY here to stay. Yes, we’ve had a couple warm days mixed in the past two weeks, but we have yet … Continue reading

About Meg

Before moving to "The Hill," I grew up in the quiet farm town of Princeton, Mass. Whether I'm making a brownie sundae at Dana, running through the streets of Waterville, or sunbathing with friends on the quad, I love everything about Colby, but some of my favorites are the flatbread pizzas at Bobs, yoga classes at the athletic center, and Miller Library's comfortable chairs. I spend time running track, visiting my CCAK buddy, and writing for insideColby.
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CLAS

The Colby Liberal Arts Symposium (CLAS) is an opportunity for students to show off projects that they’ve worked hard on all semester. Although it’s mostly for seniors to display their theses, some exhibits featured students of all grade levels. I … Continue reading

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Teaching For Social Justice

This semester, Teaching For Social Justice (ED231) has been one of my favorite classes. Mark Tappan, professor of Education and WGSS, teaches the class, and he is an absolutely phenomenal teacher. I’ve really enjoyed the class because of the variety … Continue reading

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