By BRIANNA GROSSMAN, sophomore (Originally published March 2022) PICTURE THIS: you get home from school after a long day of flunking pop quizzes and daydreaming about all the sleep you’ll get over break. You sigh mournfully, mulling over the discouraging few hours you got last night—and will likely get again tonight—when a pencil drops out … Continue reading
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You Know You Go to JP When…
(Originally published March 2022) … everyone becomes devoutly religious when there is potential to skip a day of school.… avoiding assessments becomes a competitive event for second semester seniors.… at any given moment there are at least ten pairs of airpods waiting to be claimed at the lost and found.… you thought the pajama pants … Continue reading
The Lessons you’ll learn…The People you’ll meet…Play the Game of Life! (Seniors College List 2019)
American University School of International Service Marisa Sette Babson College Angela Zhang Berkeley College Shiaan Palmer Binghamton University Alexis MedovoySrija Roy Bloomsburg University Jessica Gasci Boston College Carroll School of Management Ishaan Masand Boston University College of Arts and Sciences Akshata Shukla School of Engineering Vinaya Akavoor Brandeis University Aditi Bhattacharya Vidisha Jha Bridgewater State … Continue reading
What is your biggest regret at JP?
Not learning how to sleep during study hall in the auditorium seats sooner. — Abby Thompson Figuring out that JP DOESN’T have a swimming pool. — Pradhyum Krishnan Trying hard in class. — Ritvik Khandelwal Procrastinating on everything. — Mehak Juneja Worrying too much about what everyone thought about me. — Alexis Medovoy Worrying too … Continue reading
Where will you be in 20 years?
Popping bottles with Elon on Mars. — Nate Mumau Working for a MLB team or writing about baseball. — Will Thompson In the year 2039. — Joshua Wang Teaching and inspiring my own class of students who have autism. — Annie Dreitser Hopefully making some progress reversing climate change. — Kuhu Halder Working as a … Continue reading