Reflections on Four Years at Goucher College: Living

"Sondheim Room 106, Goucher College, May 17, 2008"

"Dorothy Stimson Hall, Lewis Room 200, Goucher College, May 14, 2009"

"Dorothy Stimson Hall, Lewis Room 200, Goucher College, May 13, 2010."

"Welsh Hall, Apartment 337 Room F, Goucher College, May 15, 2011."

These pictures are downright boring, but I enjoy posting them as a record of my different living situations during my four years at Goucher College. 

My first year, I lived with a roommate in the Sondheim residency. It was by far the nicest room I had. In fact, it was arguably the nicest room on campus, complete with a full bathroom, air conditioning, and a spacious walk in closet.

I never meshed very well into the community of students living in Sondheim though, so I moved out the next year and was lucky enough to obtain a room for myself as a sophomore. I’m an independent person, so living alone doesn’t bother me at all, and Lewis 200 was my palace. I loved it so much that I booked it again for my junior year. 

There’s no air conditioning and the building that the room is in is absolutely cruddy, but that room was legendary and was home to some of my best college memories.

Finally, I lived with three of my closest friends in an on-campus apartment during my senior year. We had a blast, minus the mice that started keeping us company at the end of this year. 

Spring at Goucher: When will it be here?

"Raindrops cover a window overlooking the back of Welsh Hall at Goucher College Tuesday, April 5, 2011."

I woke up at 5 A.M. this morning to the sound of rain and wind slamming against my window. So, for some reason I felt like taking this photograph later on in the day.

It’s nothing special, but I haven’t been able to shoot much else over the past week. I’ve been focusing all of my time on my Senior thesis, tennis, and plans for life after Goucher.

I wish that the Spring weather would finally get here for good. It would make all those endeavors a lot more pleasant. Plus, I’m sick of aimlessly posting about rain.