1. Last year I had a semester of courses that included: BCS 110: Neural Foundations of Behavior; HEB 103: Intermediate Hebrew; REL 189: Sexuality in World Religion; and DAN 250: Int/Adv Contemporary Dance.
Can I please be a dancing, Hebrew-speaking, brain-researching, religious-sex-expert please? Anyone hiring? At least this semester I’m taking a digital media studies class, a linguistics class, a statistics class, and a psychology class. Getting somewhere—maybe? Maybe. That’s what I tell myself.

2. This past summer, I’ve seen my friends take on internships, hold paid research positions, and travel the world. I was a counselor at summer camp for the eighth year in a row. Me, explaining my resume after college: “The fact that I kept going back to camp, even after it became questionable as a real adult, and when many told me I should pursue things more worthwhile for my future, shows how loyal I will be to this establishment. This experience also taught me unique, valuable life skills, like when one of my campers had a panic attack and started pulling out her hair, or when another went into the woods to do her business and a tree fell on her. I know how to respond to those types of situations. Also was a specialist in tye-dye and Israeli dance.”

3. I think a solid job to seek right now would be at Insomnia Cookies. I have gone to the Career Center to have them help me write a cover letter and resume for it.

4. I think I’m going to do a computer science cluster, because it will make me marketable in the real world. This is me throwing a proverbial dart at the proverbial dart board of Real Adult Life. Maybe it will hit something. I’m not very good at darts, though.

5. I feel confident about future job interviews/the working world because being in a sorority has caused me to collect many business casual outfits, and I feel fancy in my business casual pants. I have a dress I call my Interview Dress. Have not worn it to an interview. Have yet to have any type of interview. Still hopeful.

6. Daoists believe that taking action is a great mistake, and that people should do nothing and the universe will deliver to them what they need. I may be Jewish, but will unabashedly adopt these beliefs as my own.
I would feel guilty about the fact that I’m spending my parents’ money on a private, out-of-state school when I have no idea what I’m doing, but my mom makes me feel better. She tells me that college isn’t meant for getting trained for a specific career, but rather for getting a broad liberal-arts education that will prepare me to enter the professional world. My dad, on the other hand, tells me I need to get serious and figure out what the hell I’m doing. Then he tells me to take more science classes.
I’m working on it, Dad.

UR Softball continues dominance with sweeps of Alfred University and Ithaca College

The Yellowjackets swept Alfred University on the road Thursday, winning both games by a score of 5–4.

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The Clothesline Project gives a voice to the unheard

The Clothesline Project was started in 1990 when founder Carol Chichetto hung a clothesline with 31 shirts designed by survivors of domestic abuse, rape, and childhood sexual assault.