As expected, approaching exams cause our stress levels to rise. It’s not unusual for me to see my fellow Hope House girls studying in the library during their free time or working together in the...[more]
November is not just a month of cold, rainy weather; it is also a month for spreading awareness and growing facial hair. Movember is a global movement that spreads awareness and raises funds for...[more]
The patter of raindrops on the roof, orange and red leaves falling from the trees, salmon jumping up the Millstream, the warmth of the fireplace in the McNeill Student Center: a Brentwood November....[more]
Some faint at the sight of blood. Mythical creatures drink it. Carrie was doused in it. Shakespeare’s Macbeth was covered with it, but the reality is, blood is just another liquid of life.
I’m dreaming of a place that is worldly. A place where there are a hundred countries at once, a place that is bilingual, trilingual, and maybe even quadrilingual. A place that is cosmopolitan,...[more]
A black plaque announces the name of the building you enter, but the ocean themed paintings and mermaid décor are also clears signals that you have entered Allard House. The foyer is arranged with a...[more]
A funny thing about being away from home for the first time is that you notice a lot of things that you took for granted before you left. In my case, one of the biggest of these things was laundry....[more]