Whale Watching

One of the highlights of our New England excursion was Whale Watching off the coast of Maine. We headed out on a boat bright and early and cruised for almost 2 hours until we reached Jeffrey’s Ledge, a plankton rich¬†area that acts as a prime whale hang out spot. On our way, we spotted a […]

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Small quirky towns are one of my favorite things (as evidenced in my love for Athens)–I love the cracked sidewalks and odd looking storefronts, the coffee shops full of people reading and chatting, and of course, the restaurants that define the local food culture. When you pair any of those things with the coast, however, […]

Music City

For spring break this year I took a solo trip to Nashville to visit Vanderbilt’s law school. The open house was stressful, overwhelming, and forced: I ended up leaving early because it was just feeling too fake and I couldn’t stand to mingle anymore, and I took a long walk around the campus by myself. […]

Washington D.C.

This past weekend I headed up to Washington D.C. for my first time to visit Georgetown Law. Although the open house was informative and fun (other than the insanely smart people who intimidated me and the confusion I now feel about where to go to school), it did mean I didn’t get to explore the […]

Wanderlust

Wild heart, child heart, all of the world your home. Glad heart, mad heart, what can you do but roam? Oh, I’ll beat it once more in the morning, boys, With a pinch of tea and a crust; For you cannot deny When you hark to the cry Of the Wanderlust. -Robert W. Service To […]

GA/FL

The last weekend of October is arguably the most important weekend of the fall semester here. Our entire student body heads down to St. Simon’s for what is referred to as the largest outdoor cocktail party (a very accurate statement). Georgia students completely occupy the entire town and spend all of Friday frolicking on the […]