Category: In the Community

Something for the Wall

“Adulting” seems to be a term of art for millennials, where twenty-somethings take credit for doing the normal activities that an adult should be expected to do. I’m not a twenty-something anymore, but I am a grad student, so I can sympathize. There seems to be something not-quite-grown-up about still doing homework, living with roommates, […]


Since the moment I first laid eyes on a DUKW—an amphibious vehicle known as a Duck—I wanted to ride in one. Badly. Originally designed to transport military troops and supplies during WWII, these days Ducks are better known for transporting tourists around Boston’s best-known attractions. My dream finally came true thanks to an unexpected invitation […]

Welcome to Boston, Class of 2019!

To all those who are reading this that are new to the city of Boston, welcome! We are entering a fantastic time of year and hopefully everyone is able to take a break from their reading and case briefs to enjoy it. While some may think that I am referencing the great fall weather, pumpkin […]

Road Trip!

After turning in the final exam and officially reaching the end of the 1L gauntlet, I couldn’t help but thinking where I was a year ago. One year ago today, my girlfriend and I had three weeks left on our lease on our Hawaiian apartment. With uninterrupted views of the Pacific, we knew it would […]

Today’s secret word is …

Readers, I’ve been holding out on you. There’s one essential ingredient for success in law school that I haven’t yet let you in on. So, here it is: love. Specifically, the love of my husband. Sorry, you can’t have him. Maybe you’ll find your own anchor, confidante, comedian, and helpmeet? Good luck! Without him (and […]