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I wish I could go back to college. Life was so simple back then. What would I give to go back and live in a dorm with a meal plan again! I wish I could go back to college. In college you know who you are. You sit in the […]


Its been almost a month since my last post, so, I apologize, but life is still just as busy. I’m waiting to choose one job over another but I’m a Taurus and change is difficult. Last Friday Matt and I went to NYC to see Susquehanna’s orchestra play in Carnegie […]

are we there yet?

I’m still a little shocked that SU actually let me graduate, a year early, and with two BAs. Be honest, some of you were also thinking that it wouldn’t quite work out. And actually, I wasn’t sure that I was getting both degrees until I opened my diploma. There are […]


As of today, things are starting to look up for me. Classes are done; I just have a paper due Thursday morning and a final Thursday afternoon. Then its home for a week. Mom and I are going out Friday to get birthday presents for all the nieces I’ve never […]

Research Paper: 19th Century London’s Burgeoning Professionalism

Heather Haynes London Underworld Dr. J Andrew Hubbell April 30, 2007 London’s Burgeoning Professionalism Throughout the nineteenth century, British writers viewed London in a myriad of ways that has allowed the meaning of the city to develop along with the century. Yet within each of the ideologies presented by nineteenth-century […]

Research Paper: Whiteness in Antebellum Portraiture

“The portrait is a powerful material culture document; I think it is more meaningful than any other tool.” – Joan Severa, Introduction to My Likeness Taken: Daguerreian Portraits in America, xvi (cover image: 59) The society of nineteenth-century America placed a heavy emphasis on citizens’ physical appearances, most notably in […]

Research Paper: Triumph of Germanic Roots, Richard Wagner’s Journey from Reform to Annihilation

Heather Haynes Music of the Classic and Romantic Eras Dr. Susan Hegberg April 11, 2007 Triumph of Germanic Roots: Richard Wagner’s Journey from Reform to Annihilation I. Scapegoats for a Disappointed Artist Rocky German-Jewish relations during the mid-nineteenth century brought about a whirlwind of pamphlets, riots, and political debates. Arguments […]

odds and ends

Within the next week or so I should be hearing back from both MICA and SCAD on different subjects. It all depends on money though, unforunately. On that vein, I’ve applied for ten full-time photography jobs and heard back from none. Starting next weekend I’ll apply to jobs decidedly not […]

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