Category: In the Community

Nutcracker Boston-Style

What began as family holiday tradition has morphed into a personal pilgrimage. From the ages of 5 through 17, I attended the same Nutcracker production in San Diego with my family. On my own in college, I began to branch out: San Jose. San Francisco. Graduate school in Budapest brought two spectacular performances at the Hungarian […]

Tourist Season

This past weekend I had the glorious job of hosting 6 of my friends in my apartment for a whole weekend of Boston Halloween fun. Being a law school student, it should come as no surprise that I had a whole three day weekend itinerary planned with every hour of the day filled with activities […]


This is going to be a post about non-law-school-activities. I’m sure you’re wondering why on earth that I’m posting about non-law-school-things on a LAW SCHOOL blog, but I think it’s actually a really important thing to point out you can, in fact, do other things! I feel a lot more freedom during 2L, or, rather, […]

Movin’ on a Summer Afternoon

When I left for my internship in California this past summer, I did it with the assumption that I’d be coming back in August and settling back into life at my Comm Ave. apartment to get through 3L year. After all, the place seemed like an investment property for my landlord who lived in China […]

How ’bout Them Yanks?

It’s October, so for some fortunate fans, it’s playoff season in baseball. For a Yankee fan in New England, this can be a tumultuous time, especially with the Red Sox still in the hunt. This may not have been the case not so long ago, in the late 90’s when the Red Sox were lousy […]