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End is near

December 13th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

Yesterday, I went to the barn one last time for the semester, had  lovely ride and then said my goodbyes to a few of my favorite horses. I won’t be back until after study abroad. The day before, I had a fun evening with a friend, with the same purpose. Say see you later, promise […]

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Study Abroad Preparations

December 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

In these last few weeks of classes, and as I look to finals, life is a whirlwind of studying and working and trying to get in a few more fun times with friends before heading off for vacation. In the midst of all of that, today was study abroad orientation. I’m studying abroad next Spring. […]

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Travels

November 26th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

Back to Glenside! I arrived back last night from Thanksgiving break. The trip was, as it always seems to be, exhausting. On the way back to New York, I took a bus to Olney, where I caught a subway to Market Street, and walked to the Greyhound station. On the way back, I arrived at […]

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A little music. And a lot of studying.

November 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

Classwork is really piling up as the semester draws to a close (ahhh. I shouldn’t say that. Finals week is scary). But you have to make time for relaxing, and for having fun, so this weekend I went to the string orchestra concert at Arcadia. I know, I know, not really the most exciting sounding […]

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Find what you love

November 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

The best advice I could give to any college student, or any person, is find what you love. For me, that is basically three things: Chemistry, Horses, and the amazing people in my life. I fill my schedule with those three things, and, despite sleepless nights and early mornings and stressful workloads… life is good. […]

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Forensic Science Awesomeness

November 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

As a 3+2 student, I’m currently an undergrad studying just plain old Chemistry (though there is, of course, nothing plain about Chemistry), and eager/ impatient to get started on some Forensics courses. I won’t get those until grad school but, in the mean time, there are plenty of other ways for me to learn more […]

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Empty Bowl

November 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

The internet and I have had our disagreements lately, so I’ll be catching up with quite a few blog posts I haven’t been able to upload… Arcadia has this event every year, which is a charity fundraiser for hunger. It’s called empty bowl, and it’s basically just a soup dinner. The cool part is, though, […]

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Sandy

November 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a hurricane out there, which mean’s I’ve been in the apartment since last night, safely hidden from the weather which seems to be alternating between a calm that makes me question if Sandy is real to a storm that has our lights flickering the trees screaming as the wind […]

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Family Weekend

October 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

So, I said I’d catch you up on everything that’s been going on. It was last weekend, but I have to talk about family weekend. My parents came Friday night, but I didn’t see them until Saturday morning. I gave them the tour of Arcadia, including the new student building (the commons), which they had […]

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My other blog, and my life under control

October 19th, 2012 · No Comments · Forensic Science 3+2, Sarah Wolf '14

So one of my classes this year in Honors Project, which is a project based class– where we pick the project. I’m doing a cooking blog. Every week, I pick a new country, do some research, and try some recipes. Last week, a friend from Nepal helped me cook a meal from her home, and […]

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