My CENTRE Life ushers in spring term
RELEASED: February 19, 2009
Andrew took a look back through some of his early entries and found that he was maybe too soft on Centre, finding very little to complain about. So, he makes a noble attempt at pointing out the not-so-great side of Centre. See what he uncovers here.
Tess writes an open letter to Brian this week, recounting his late night shenanigans. She describes how his intrusion stole a few hours of sleep but promises a sweet revenge. Read her letter here.
Chel now travels regularly to a building on the far reaches of campus with which she was previously unfamiliar: the Art Barn. It's where her ceramics class is held, and she describes it simply by saying "the building itself is a work of art." Learn more about Chel's perspective on her new surroundings here.
Patrick has nothing to write about. Absolutely nothing. So, he takes a cue from Seinfeld and writes an entry about, well…nothing. Read nothing here.
Brian breaks it down this entry, showcasing the 15 things that for him make Centre worth the work it requires to stay afloat. Find out here what Brian really loves about Centre (other than attending class, of course) here.
Laura apologizes for coming back to it, but time has been moving very quickly ever since she came to Centre. And when the days fly by that quickly, a lot seems to happen all at once. See what Laura's been up to and, as always, get a funky recipe for Chowan fare here.
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