I, the editor of the official student blog of Plan II, am officially graduating this May.
It’s going to be ok. The new editor, Cierra Beberman, is awesome and cool and funny. The url is not changing this time around, so you don’t even have to update the bookmarks I know all of you have for this blog.
If you want to keep up with me, you can follow my twitter feed katie_made_it or look at my website www.katestacy.com. Fair warning, those are both going to be full of thesis updates this semester, and I may or may not self-combust.
Let’s not waste time on sappy goodbyes: we’re not going to miss each other.
Are you moving into a dorm for next semester? Are you clueless about what you should bring? Don’t worry: I am here to help.
Since my previous post, Confession Time: I Didn’t Like Frozen, has received so much attention, I though I would use my powers for good and promote some animated Disney movies that I think are under-appreciated.
You were wondering who that one person in the whole world is who didn’t like it, and I’m right here.
I didn’t want it to be this way, but it is and now we all just have to deal with it. I’m going to lay out the reasons I just could not love this movie, so that maybe I’ll stop getting shocked and hateful stares every time I share the news. ***SPOILER WARNING***: I will be discussing many aspects of the plot and characters, so I’ll probably give away everything about the movie. I waited until now to write this so that anyone who was dying to see it will have probably already seen it, and anyone who hasn’t probably just doesn’t care that much about spoilers.
Yeah, I know I just posted something last night, but this is 100% worth your time to watch if you have read The Hunger Games. May the cookies be ever in your flavor.
It has come to my attention that many college students do not know how to do research at a real, actual, brick-and-mortar library, and many graduate without ever learning how to do this incredibly simple thing. The rest of us are usually forced into going to a library when a class requires it, because if the decision were up to us then we wouldn’t use a source that can’t be found on JSTOR.
So, I got a comment today. It’s exciting enough for me to share with the class. The comment is for my post “You Don’t Know What Hell Is: A PSA About Summer Vacation,” which you can read here if you would like.