Usually classes don’t get their own blog posts, but this class was my last “final” at Cornell — not measured in a test, but measured in an annual Showcase at Carpenter Hall. It was one that particularly defined my availability and sleep schedule this semester, and one that turned out to be particularly gratifying. The thing […]
I took figure skating lessons in elementary school. I remember being okay at it but loving every single second, and wanting to learn everything. By the time my mom convinced me to quit, I had my crossovers and outside 3-turns. When I got to Cornell, friends recommended various classes to me, and I was eager […]
I had the great opportunity to go to 5 workshops taught by none other than Crazy Legs, an integral member of the original bboy community when it became a thing in his childhood in Bronx. It was a workshop that had a bit of everything – some weeks we’d sit on the floor while Legs […]
This is a semester I’ve been looking forward to for a very long time. A mantra that helped through tougher times would include reminding myself that tougher now is better later, because the last semester would be the best. Whether or not it’ll live up to expectations is still to be seen, but the class […]
It’s been kinda weird, being on campus this week. In the span of one day I switched coasts, and with it, memories. Whenever I leave Cornell for the summer I forget, but coming back is a whirlwind of remembering. I remember as a freshman every part of campus was equally exciting. There were no memories […]
Today was my last day of exams! The algostorm* is officially over. Looking back, it’s been a good semester – definitely the most academically involved, but not the worst mentally, emotionally, or physically. In other words, only the most in terms of hours spent doing classwork.
As the end approaches more closely I feel the urge to squeeze as much value as possible from what remains of my junior year. But even the best of intentions to see people and hangout are foiled by the likes of the first all-nighter I’ve had since sophomore year. Ugh. But even the most tiring […]