Yesterday, a friend of mine warned me not to look at the maps in the tunnel system because everyone would know that I was a freshman. Yesterday, I ran with the team to GVP and realized that was where I used to run in high school. Yesterday, I met Lea and others at orientation and we all laughed at the poor girl for her follies. Yesterday, I hugged my parents and walked toward my new home. Today, four years have passed. I suppose that I have seen the whole campus now. I have seen the other side of the world now. Pretty amazing how much can happen in a day. ?Life moves pretty fast. If you don?t stop to look around once in a while, you could miss it.? ? Ferris Bueller, 1986. So now I am moving on. BennyB and Lea, see you in sexual Europe. Roommate! Miss you. Miss delirium, miss talking all night, miss entertaining Lea. BennyB, thanks for all the education and our Thursday meetings. Benny BEEE!! Wood boys, I have enjoyed Thursdays (drunk or not, Jeffy). Mama, Papa and Doogie, don?t worry, I?ll be back someday ? after I hit all seven continents. I?m going to Disney World! (Well, maybe not, but it was a nice try.)

SA passes resolution supporting New York State Suicide Prevention Act

Pushing for university suicide intervention policies, the SA joined 26 college governments supporting the bill to safeguard student mental health.

The Ward Project is cataloging Henry Ward’s taxidermied specimens, letters, and more

The Ward Project is a collection of artifacts and documents associated with Henry Ward and his Natural Science Establishment from the 1800s and 1900s.

‘La La Land in Concert’: Not a waste of a lovely night

If the medium is the message, this remediation of the film with a live orchestra was the best possible love letter to live music.