Posts Tagged ‘I Know What You Did This Summer’

Matt Blum: I Know What You Did This Summer

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

I don’t want to cry wolf if anyone else still wants to be interviewed (stanfordblogging@gmail.com), but I think this might be the end of this series. It ends how it began with laziness (this time interviewing a drawmate), but hopefully I covered some breadth of experiences over some dimensions. So without further ado, here’s your last peek at what summer 2010 had in store for Stanford students.

Matt Blum

Matt

At a "traditional Munich beer garden." Matt is the guy in red. Unless German beer works as a Polyjuice Potion.

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Willys DeVoll: I Know What You Did This Summer

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

We (or at least me) here at TUSB can be somewhat self-centered and have grand ideas about the importance of our own work. Just like how psychology researchers will study how psychology research is done, bloggers enjoy writing about bloggers.

All of this is to say that we have a special edition of IKWYDTS today, meaning 60% more questions.

Willys DeVoll

Willys

Just before this picture was taken, Willys saw a unicorn off to the right of the camera

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Kesav Raghavan: I Know What You Did This Summer

Saturday, August 21st, 2010

Well, it sounds like the summer is very near the end. Classes have finished, and in a week, many 10-week internships will also be done. I’ll try to stretch into the September hiatus, but we’ll see if I can continue to find people for that. As such, email us (stanfordblogging@gmail.com) if you know anyone who wants to be interviewed. Because of my own standing, we’ve had a huge bias towards rising seniors, so underclassmen need to get your voice heard!

Today, we’ve got the first person who appeared on my facebook newsfeed, Kesav.

Kesav Raghavan

He isn't really shooting anything; it was just the first thing he found to hide behind.

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Eugenia Maluf: I Know What you Did this Summer

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

You don’t get to dress up in semi-authentic CaliforniaMex historical costumes for your summer internship, but Eugenia Maluf does. (That’s right. Be jealous.) She also teaches children about the history and ecology of the Presidio in San Francisco.

Eugenia Maluf '11 (center) and her co-workers dress up for a program

1. Who are you?

Who am I? I’m Eugenia motherfuckin’ Maluf, that’s who. Don’t ever forget it. I’m also a rising senior studying History and Spanish.

2. What are you doing this summer?

I am working for the National Park Service in San Francisco. I work with Group Programs and Community Outreach in the Presidio.

3. So what do you actually do?

I do many things. Three or four times a week, I lead or assist in education programs for youth groups who visit the Presidio and Crissy Field. So far, I’ve done programs about the Buffalo Soldiers, native plants of the Presidio, bugs, and the Spanish colonial period of San Francisco. I’ve also compiled lesson plans for many of the educational programs as well as improve learning materials for these programs. Sometimes, I even dress up in nineteenth century Mexican clothing and try to convince eight year olds that I am over 200 years old (they do not believe me).

4. Other than work, what are you doing?

I live in the Presidio, so I spend a lot of time getting bitchin’ views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the ocean. I also go to a lot of concerts, eat expensive sandwiches, judge people in the Mission, and do other things that some people would label, “pretentious” or “bougie.”

5. Cream cheese or Dinosaurs?

Dinosaurs. All day. Everyday.

Caitlin Colgrove: I Know What You Did This Summer

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

It’s hard to believe we’re already half way through the summer, but even so, this series certainly isn’t done checking in with students about what they’ve been doing at “I Know What You Did This Summer.” Today is my shiftmate, Caitlin.

(Like before, feel free to send tips to stanfordblogging@gmail.com)

Caitlin Colgrove

Foreshadowing for question 5

We here at TUSB don't discriminate against sideways OR tilted images.

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Ryan Mac: I Know What You Did This Summer

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

“I Know What You Did This Summer” continues onward. In keeping with the theme, the next interviewee is my wallmate from freshman year. Enjoy.

(Like before, feel free to send tips to stanfordblogging@gmail.com)

Ryan Mac

Ryan Mac

Ryan's own caption: "it's sideways CUZ IM ALTERNATIVE."

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Jenni Ockelmann: I Know What You Did This Summer

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

A reader recently pointed out the gender bias of “I Know What You Did This Summer” so far, and although I think that simply reflects my personal network of friends, there’s no reason not to give the fairer gender a fair shake. This week is my wallmate from my dorm last year.

(As usual, send along tips to stanfordblogging@gmail.com for interviewees)

Jenni Ockelmann

Jenni Ockelmann

She insisted on me not taking a picture at the interview, where she looked "gross".

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Mike Liu: I Know What You Did This Summer

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

“I Know What You Did This Summer” take 3.  As usual, we’re looking for people to interview, so find us at stanfordblogging@gmail.com if you’re interested. This round, we actually have one of our TUSB staffers on the hot seat.

Mike Liu

Mike Liu

Mike's real job is just to soak up the sunlight.

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RJ Walsh: I Know What You Did This Summer

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

We’re back for our 2nd installment of “I Know What You Did This Summer.” Email us at stanfordblogging@gmail.com if you’re interested in being interviewed. Until then, let’s hear what our next interviewee has to say:

RJ Walsh
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Clayton Mellina: I Know What You Did This Summer

Monday, June 21st, 2010

It’s summer break for Stanford students, and although campus news might slow down, we haven’t slowed down one bit. As such, TUSB brings you a series of interviews where we get a look at what Stanford students are doing with their summer. We’ll begin with my officemate, a very talented student with a pretty good story about his time. (more…)