I have tried my best to see my senior year as one of firsts. Considering the origins of consciousness in “Science and Literature,” stepping onto the Black Box stage as an amateur actor in a Winterfest play, and just this past weekend organizing a volleyball tournament to fundraise for South Sudan have all been novel experiences in my life at Lawrenceville since September. Despite my efforts, I have been reminded time and again of all the lasts
Every day is different, but here’s a preview of a typical Wednesday for me. Warning: Wednesday’s tend to be pretty busy for me. Even though it’s a late start and a half day, it’s quite packed. Ready, set go!
Five more weeks to go,” [Visual Arts master] Mr. [Stuart] Robertson ’11 announced. While everyone on campus seems to be counting down the weeks until graduation, in my small environment within the Gruss Art Center, we countdown to the date until the Studio Art AP is due.
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