Snapshots

Trevor Dougherty

Class of 2015

We have more cell phones, more laptop computers, iPads, iPods. And we use them more often than the older generations. We use them a lot, but it doesn’t necessarily mean we use them better....

Taylor Sharp

Class of 2016

We left Vail assuming the fishing part of our trip was completed, so this was a nice surprise story. On the way from Vail to Denver, we had to stop to gas up the car in Silverthorne. After spotting a...

Safiyah Ismail

Class of 2015

I guess it’s about time to get over my fear of public speaking. Better late than never, right? What started as making simple conversation with the stranger sitting next to me on the ferry turned into an invitation to visit...

Ryan Jepson

CLASS OF 2013

My attempts to read printed books both miniscule (the size of a cell phone) and huge (the size of a small suitcase) were humorous. Part of my work with Robert Southwell’s poetry is analyzing how he appropriated the Jesuit meditative...

Peter Sheng

Class of 2012

Tikal is the site of an ancient Mayan capital built over 1500 years ago. The parts of it that have been evacuated were very interesting to explore. We climbed up pyramids made of limestone and walked through jungles with monkeys...

Mike Mian

Class of 2011

The bad thing about a march is that it moves. Well, it’s bad when you’re looking for it. I was running late to the march/protest and, of course, got lost looking for it. In fact, I got off at the...