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About Me:

My name is Bekah and I am a sophomore here at Butler. I am an Art + Design major and love sewing and being creative. I also love dancing (I'm on dance team!), eating cereal, and shopping at Target.

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Stream of Consciousness

Happy Friday everyone. I never know what to talk about on Fridays, so let’s do another stream of consciousness post. I think I might just dedicate every Friday to stream of consciousness since I so often resort to that. Let us begin!

I carry around a pocket-sized black journal everywhere I go and write down random thoughts and observations I have. I started my first journal on November 5 and finished it the other day. I was really excited about it and just started a new one. My computer keeps telling me its full, so I bought an external hard drive, but I don’t know how to use it. I’m sitting in C Club right now, which I don’t do often, but I really do think it’s a hidden gem. I feel like a lot of secretly cool humans hang out here, and everyone who works in C Club is so kind and joyful. Although I am quite fond of it, I don’t enjoy the constant noise and bright lights from the televisions down here. Le sigh.

Butler Art’s Fest started yesterday and runs through April 13. Check out their site for a list of all the rad stuff happening, and make sure to stop by the Schrott to see a piece I have in the show. Yippie skippie! Other events throughout the week include performances by dance and music students and guests, as well as different lectures relating to the year’s theme Fables, Fairty tales, and Physics.


Final thought for today: I saw The Vagina Monologues last night and it was STUPENDOUS! I blogged about it Wednesday, mentioning that the show ran last night and tomorrow (Saturday the 5th) at 7:30 in the Edison-Duckwell Recital Hall in Robertson. For the love of God, you should all go. Every single student who performed a monologue did so with so much emotion and excitement and passion. Wow, it was incredible. I have never been so excited to have a vagina as I was after seeing the show. It was really empowering and wonderful. Go see it, forreal.

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for reading :)