For the 1Ls who don’t have something to compare it to, we had an extra week of winter break this year. Having an extra week of break presents an almost endless array of possible ways to screw around, goof off, and otherwise waste what should rightfully be productive time. In such circumstances, there is an almost-moral (immoral?) obligation to use this would-be work time for leisure. Not surprisingly, for me, this means cooking. The crucial question, therefore, was: what should I cook?Read more
There are three kinds of people in this world: those who can count, and those who can’t.
While it is a terrible joke, it is nonetheless true. Someone was asking me the other day why I decided to go to law school as opposed to business school, and the answer I wanted to give (but didn’t, because I was embarrassed) was that I am absolutely rubbish at all forms of math. I can barely calculate tip on a restaurant tab without breaking into a cold sweat.
Given how much I cook, this could be quite a problem – after all, most law students cook for one or perhaps two, and most recipes are sized for 4 (so, well, you do the math). When you find yourself wondering aloud how you could use the other half an egg or 7/8 of a quart of buttermilk leftover from a recipe, you will understand what I mean. There just aren’t enough recipes out there that ask for half an egg.
I was lucky enough to spend most of Sunday over on the other side of the river in Cambridge. It was a beautiful fall day, I was in a good mood, and I was looking forward to watching Head of the Charles. I walked over because getting anywhere close to Cambridge in a vehicle during HOTC is fruitless – you just can’t get there from here. Or, indeed, from anywhere.Read more
There are many things about BC Law that I like. We have kind and interesting students, inspiring and intelligent faculty, and excellent facilities. However, while there are many things I like about the school, the cafeteria is not one of them and according to our recent EiO poll, I am not alone.Read more