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Life is a verb, and we are about to change tenses.
Don’t look now, but it is officially less than a month until graduation.
You might be surprised to find that you two are not as different as you may have thought.
I hail from Tillamook county, which holds more cows than people — my high school mascot was aptly named the Cheesemakers.
Although Alderman doesn’t have an inaccurately rated Yelp page like Clemons, it boasts the best living and learning community on Grounds, hands down.
First, I try to catch up with old friends that I have not seen in far too long. Second — and more commonly — I try to turn acquaintances into friends.
Though travel forces us to sacrifice time with friends and family, it inserts us into a global community.
Even if one eye may be focused on today, my other is always fixated on May.
I have written at great length about romantic love, but now, I want to focus on a much more prevalent form of love — friendship.
In a small town, everyone knows everyone. And that's honestly really cool — until everyone starts dating everyone.