Kate J Hollingsworth

art + travel + photography

Category: Emory

  • Where I Hang My Hat

    Packed up all my stuff today and relocated back home for the summer. As everybody decamped in the dorm, I watched people ship out for LA, Vancouver, South Korea, South Carolina…. a whole slew of places. It was super cool to see all our diverse dorm crew – each in a packing frenzy – with […]

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  • Compare and Contrast

    The difference between home and school. Home: School:

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  • Home Stretch

    This year’s classes are wrapping up around Emory.  Another school year under my belt, and I’m kinda sad to see it go.  And yet.  Before y’know it, it’ll be fall and dad will I’ll be lugging all my stuff back into the dorms. Meantime. I love campus in the spring: Up next? Finals week! May […]

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  • 2009 Wrapped Up

    My Christmas decorations linger. Maybe ’cause I like to savor the holidays.  The music, the weather, the ol’ Christmas spirit… maybe I like to revel in it all just a bit longer. Or maybe I’m just a bit lazy. But. It’s probably some kinda combination of both. Some people are awesome. They get their decorations […]

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  • Crazy

    Last week was crazy. And I don’t mean crazy-fun-so-many-random-things-happened. I mean, so many tests, midterms, projects, and papers piled into five days, it made me feel crazy. Let me tell you, I wasn’t too crazy about it. Anyway. Went to the High Museum on Saturday because general admission for college students is only $5 this […]

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  • Heart of Dixie

    Current location: Atlanta, GA When you think of the South, you probably think of down-home cookin’, country music, and that distinct Southern style of speech that only makes sense to other Southerners. And when I say that, I ain’t just whistlin’ Dixie. And yet, a true telltale mark of the South is… weather. For most […]

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  • Yellow

    One of the not so great things about being at a college downtown is the parking. And by ‘parking’ I mean ‘the complete lack of parking.’ Let’s be real. Atlanta is great, but there’s barely enough space to drive down the road, let alone leave your car immobile anywhere. Emory, however, does offer a few […]

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Kate J Hollingsworth