– Vivien Pong ’17

“I pay more attention not only to my everyday activities, but also to moments of non-being.”

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– Vivien Pong ’17
– Casey Smith ’18

“I discovered that numbers and patterns influence the way I perceive my surroundings.”

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– Casey Smith ’18
– Ryan Shank ’18

“During the course of this study, I’ve found that I think the most often in everyday time.”

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– Ryan Shank ’18
– Janie Fulling ’17

“I really like to write ‘bless her/him’ when people are kind.”

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– Janie Fulling ’17
–  Henry Stumler ’17

“My writing made me realize how unaware I was of things in my life.”

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– Henry Stumler ’17
– Aaron Brehm ’17

“I’ve learned how unaware I was of my surroundings.”

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– Aaron Brehm ’17
– Saxony Wynecoop ’16

“It is weird that we go about living our day without a thought as to why we do the things we do.”

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– Saxony Wynecoop ’16
– Sam Baumgart ’16

“I use my extra time in passive leisure, such as watching cartoons and hanging out with my cats.”

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– Sam Baumgart ’16
– Kathryn Mirabella ’19

“I am constantly focused on what is going to happen next.  I have a hard time living in the present.”

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– Kathryn Mirabella ’19
– Emily Griffis ’16

“On a typical day I hold longer conversations with my cats than I do with people and Sudoku is my only form of escapism.”

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– Emily Griffis ’16
– Cooper Cox ’16

“I found an interest in documenting absurd images; a hot sauce label picturing a man whose facial hair was made of peppers.”

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– Cooper Cox ’16
– Alex Gilland ’17

“I found myself wondering who my audience was, writing about the past,  escaping my everyday through laughter and sports…”

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– Alex Gilland ’17
– T.J. Tekulve ’17

“I tend to describe the food I’m eating, describing the emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical impact it all has on me.”

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– T.J. Tekulve ’17
– Meagan Brant ’16

“I write about my empathetic moments, to-do lists and briefly touch on internal discussion and/or conflict.”

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– Meagan Brant ’16
– Maren Orchard ’18

“I caught myself feeling worried for the man who couldn’t cross Bethel and for the other patients at my doctor’s office.”

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– Maren Orchard ’18