If I could only use one word to describe college, it would be serendipity. From arriving at the campus on move-in day to cramming Sociology vocabulary words at 3 a.m. to going stargazing with my friends in the middle of nowhere, freshman year at Colby College for me has been a roller-coaster of a ride. … Continue reading Word From the Real World: Moshan Guo
Hi all. This was surprisingly hard for me to write, mostly because I couldn’t think of anything I could say that would be memorable. So I didn’t bother. I don’t expect I’ll say anything in this column that you haven’t heard a thousand times already, but I’ll try my best. Living on campus in college … Continue reading Word From the Real World: Joy Hamlin
Where did you grow up? I was born in New York and lived here for 10 years. I moved back to Greece with my family and stayed in Greece until I was 22 years old. I then moved back to New York for my Master’s degree. Why did you move back to Greece? My family … Continue reading Teacher of the Month: Mrs. Klidonas
In the first year of their BSGE career, many seventh graders are ecstatic about having such a large variety of clubs to join. However, this results in a large problem–many new students have gotten a bit too excited and decided to join one club for each day of the week. These students try to pledge … Continue reading Overbooked Seventh Grade Schedules?
Mr. Gehlaut, BSGE’s new edition to the math department, never intentionally set out to be a teacher. Born and raised in a small village in North India, he left his hometown for America. After migrating to the U.S., Mr. Gehlaut used to work in Manhattan with a small newspaper called News India Times. He occasionally … Continue reading BSGE’S New Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry Teacher: Mr. Gehlaut
Where did you grow up? I was raised in Brooklyn, New York. What was your previous job? My last job was working as loss prevention for Prada in a mall. What kind of student were you in high school? I was kind of this odd under-achiever; I could’ve done better, but besides that, I did … Continue reading Teacher of the Month: Ed March
Free time. Those are words some haven’t heard in a long while, yet don’t realize when they experience it. Therefore, when students get any amount at all of time with almost nothing to worry about, tests or homework, they can just relax. But this leads to frequent boredom, staring at phones, debating whether or not … Continue reading How to Make Something of Your Free Time