One in Two Thousand: Victoria Michalska ’22

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I first met Victoria when I was sitting with a friend on the swing set behind Mission. She said the two of us looked like Romeo and Juliet, and even though it was weeks before Victoria and I crossed paths again, she remembered my name.

One in Two Thousand: Tom Robertshaw ’19

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As a fellow member of the Octet, I have had the pleasure of spending at least six hours a week with Tom, if not many more. With his philosophizing about the relative merits of singing in two rows rather than one, he always makes my life more interesting.

Bernie Rhie leads Zen workshop

On Tuesday evenings, most students at the College are knee-deep in work at Sawyer or Schow. Even so, it is not uncommon for the meditation room in the basement of Thompson Memorial Chapel to be filled to capacity.

Students bedeck campus in googly eyes

On salt shakers and staircases, computer mouses and hot chocolate machines, spread from Driscoll to Hollander and in plenty of spots in between, a legion of faces has arisen on campus. Googly eyes are out in force, bringing a subtle touch of personification to even the College’s most barren paper towel dispensers.

MASC holds workshop exploring “bromances”

In MASC workshops, students discuss topics such as heteronormativity, “bromances” and “big dick energy.” PHOTO COURTESY OF DREW COHEN. Masculinity, Accountability, Sexual Assault and Consent (MASC) is holding weekly workshops, in which students discuss topics ranging from heteronormativity to “big dick energy.”

Ahead of this Sunday’s Super Storytime on masculinity, MASC held a workshop last Wednesday focusing on the topic of “bromances,” a popular term used colloquially to describe close friendships between men.