The Dr. E.M. Mills Rose Garden

Visited the gorgeous Rose Garden in Thornden Park, right down the street from my house. Somebody didn’t let me know we were going to stop by, so I only had the camera on my phone to capture some of the beautiful blooms. The rose garden was established in 1922, and still contains some of the … Continue reading

I ❤ Spring

photo by ashley christiano

More Spring in Syracuse. We finally got one gloriously sunny day. Here’s to more blue skies and butterflies!

Spring Photos

Newhouse entrance

It’s a Syracuse spring, so that means it’s overcast and rainy. Very encouraging and motivating, right? But that doesn’t mean my gloomy corner of the world doesn’t have it’s spots of beauty. Here’s a bit of what I’ve seen so far.

New York City – March 2011

Syracuse University Fall 2010

Just one of those days

Missing Bill Glavin

Bill Glavin: a cynical old man with a marshmallow heart. I know, you’re probably wondering how that’s possible. Well, here goes. Glavin worked at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications (Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY) for 37 years. His time as a Magazine Journalism professor spanned four decades. And through those four decades, he was … Continue reading

The Day it Didn’t Rain

Today was a good day. I got all snazzed up for the Career Fair in the Carrier Dome. Met some great people that will hopefully lead to a full-time job after I graduate this May. I still can’t believe I’ll have a Master’s degree. So unreal. Anyways, there have been two sunny days this October. … Continue reading

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