Karina Lorenc

      In the fall of 2011, I was privileged enough to meet a person of extraordinary beauty. She was one of the very first friends that I made at Green Mountain College and she has been a dear and close friend to me ever since. I would not trade her for anything else in the entire … More Karina Lorenc

Research at it’s Finest- By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

On this beautiful Easter day, I spent my afternoon at home, on my couch, researching dozens of old, famous photographers that my teacher, Kevin Bubriski, reccomended to me for our classes final project. While the word ‘research’ has always seemed to make me cringe, this has been an enlightening few hours. At school, it’s difficult … More Research at it’s Finest- By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

A Polish Easter

     For this Easter break, though I was not able to go home like I would have wanted to, I got to spend some quality time with a great friend of mine (Karina Lorenc, which I will be writing a whole separate blog dedicated to her). She was kind enough to invite me to stay at … More A Polish Easter

Adventures of a Student Teacher: Small Victories

Some people will tell you that teaching is a thankless job. You can put in extra hours crafting innovative lesson plans or creating engaging projects, and your students meet this effort with the enthusiasm of someone going to get a tooth pulled. And these people will be right, if what they’re looking for is outward … More Adventures of a Student Teacher: Small Victories

Morning Runs

       If you have read my previous blog about the impending run to Rutland that I will complete in late April. Andrew O’Neill has fully agreed and committed to participate in the run with me. Since Tuesday we have both been getting up in the early morning, and heading off outside for a nice, relaxing morning … More Morning Runs