As someone who has been considered tall their entire life, I am frequently asked the question that every tall person is dreds: “Do you play basketball?” I always awkwardly smile and reply, “No,” prepared to respond to the follow-up statement “You should, you’re tall.”
It is 10:00 p.m. on a Wednesday which can only mean one thing: grilled cheese. After a long night of homework and studying, Kennedians race downstairs to grab a grilled cheese. It’s a reward for our hours of hard work.
On a sunny Tuesday afternoon, I walked into Clark Music Center for my first dance class; I had no idea what to expect. The first thing I heard when I stepped into the dance room was: “Five, six, seven, eight!” Suddenly, everyone dropped to the floor and started doing push ups.
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