Posts Tagged ‘Living’

Dog in the Apartment

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

I made a bold decision bringing my family’s dog up to Duluth following Thanksgiving break. I thought it would be a good idea to bring Kirby up to spend 4 weeks in the arctic tundra of Duluth. So far so good.



Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Throughout my time at CSS (including both graduate and undergraduate) I have had the opportunity to live in multiple settings. Freshman year I was in the mandatory Somer’s building with all the other freshman. Sophomore year I was in the Kerst apartment at the back of campus. Junior and senior year I lived in a house within a mile of campus. This past year and currently I have been living at the Boulder Ridge/Summit apartment complex within 2 miles of campus.



Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

I have spent the last year living in a nice little house down the hill from CSS. I lived with four other people and was closer to some than others. I loved getting to live with my roommates’ pup, McKinley. Overall, the year went off quite well. However, this summer I am lucky enough to continue living in the same house with my close friends, Marissa and Jane. I already feel so at home. My friend Kate will also be living here this next year, but I am subleasing from her while she works in the cities for the summer and until I head to London for the fall. There are two other girls living with them, and I think one will be moving in sometime this summer. I do not know either of them very well, but I always love meeting and getting to know new people. Cheers to friends, a slightly new environment, and summer break!


Housing Fiasco

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Finding a place to live for next year has been a headache of a time, but I’m excited to say it’s finally almost settled!


Living on campus

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Living on campus provided many benefits and luxuries that living off does not. Number one I would say is that campus is very safe. It is isolated in regards to not having to worry about where you are walking to or form. Campus is it’s own community within the larger community. It is something special. Not to mention all your friends are nearby.