Tagged: friends

Post-Finals Tradition

My roommate and I have started a tradition. Every semester, after we’re both done with finals, we treat ourselves to a movie- and, in particular, a movie about RBG (Ruth Bader Ginsburg). We started it last spring, when the movie aptly titled “RBG” was playing in Coolidge Corner Theatre. We even got RBG-based shirts for […]

Post-Finals Reset

Now that finals are over, most of us have at least a week of break-time before jumping into our next adventures at our summer jobs. Last year I had three weeks of down-time, and this year I only have one-and-a-half weeks, but nonetheless there are a few things that I find absolutely necessary to reset […]

Rely on Good Sources

Something I’ve learned in my writing class is the importance of relying on good sources, in many instances case law that has had a positive progeny, in order to have a successful paper. Recently, however, I’ve found myself heavily relying on a different type of good sources: sources of stability that provide me with the […]

Things to do in Boston: Head of the Charles Regatta

Each October America’s biggest regatta takes place along the Charles River. The race is one of three big regattas in the rowing world (the other two being the Henley Royal Regatta and the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta) and an American past time. The race just celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014, and while it’s a […]

Camaraderie of the 1L’s

In late August I walked into the law auditorium with (almost) 257 total strangers. There were a few familiar faces: someone who went to my undergraduate alma mater, someone I worked with at the statehouse, and someone I met at preview day. But beyond those few recognizable faces, everyone else was a stranger. One of the […]