Tag Archives: academics

My Adventures in Documentary Filmmaking

One of my favorite classes that I’ve taken at K is Documentary Filmmaking.  It’s a field that is closely tied to my concentration in journalism, and I found that applying the skills I’ve learned in journalism to a genre of … Continue reading

A Synopsis of Study Spots

Have you ever gotten all of your books together, put them in your backpack, and then realized you have no idea where to go? Have no fear. I have prepared for you a list to help you choose where is … Continue reading

The end (of sophomore year) is near

After an extremely busy winter quarter and a less-than-relaxing spring break, spring quarter is finally here.  I’ll admit, I’ve been dreading the year passing so quickly, but spring quarter is a great time on campus. The snow melts from the … Continue reading


There are two scary things that happen in winter quarter when you’re a sophomore: First of all, you have to decide if you’re going on study abroad, and if you are, where and for how long. Study abroad happened to … Continue reading


The title of this post is simple, because no grammatical modifier in the English language can do justice to the Senior Individualized Project or SIP (pronounced like the verb, never the acronym). However, the SIP, unlike the title of this … Continue reading

Bringing the World Back to K

Now that spring quarter is finally here, campus is starting to get busier for numerous reasons:  spring is just around the corner (although Michigan weather likes to hide the high temperatures until the last possible minute), anxious seniors are starting … Continue reading