I don't recognize the reflection that glares back at me in the unrefracted mirror. The monster appearing in the glazed glass was formed through unthinking and gluttonous indulgence. I have stumbled so far down the mountain of hope that it seems like an impossible summit to rescale.
Blog: On and Off Campus
On and Off Campus is a weekly feature of Alumni/ae Programs, presenting short reflections by members of the On and Off Campus student writing panel as well as contributions by past and present faculty and by alumni/ae. Our readers are welcome to send proposed submissions, 300-700 words (though longer submissions may be acceptable under exceptional circumstances), to English and Art History teacher Rob Leith at email@example.com, who oversees this feature, or to Kim Ablon Whitney ’91, Assistant Director of Alumni/ae Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org (617.800.2731).
"I'm on the water pretty much every single day," says Heather Richard '93. This wouldn't surprise anyone who knew Heather back at BB&N.
Among the many distinctive offerings of the BB&N community is students' and teachers' pure obsession with coffee consumption. While some might argue that this is not a distinctive characteristic of BB&N and one found in many high schools around the country, I beg to differ.
Ever since I was little, I have known I wanted to challenge myself.
When I was five years old, I moved to Japan with my American family. Today, I acknowledge the significance of this move on the person I have become; however, this was not always so.