Posted June 5, 2001 at 5:47 pm No Comments

Chicks totally dig sashes, cords, and medals.

Graduation has come and gone, and it was a bittersweet experience.  It’s difficult saying goodbye to the people with whom I’ve shared so many life-defining moments.  The four years I’ve spent here have shaped who I am and who I will become.

I apologize for sounding like a commencement speaker, but it’s difficult not to wax nostalgic when leaving behind a place full of wonderful memories.  Today I was looking back on the more than three years of updates I’ve amassed, and I was glad that I had chronicled the time I spent at Carnegie Mellon.  Personal web pages like this one may be an exercise in self-indulgence, but I think that one day I’ll be grateful for having kept such detailed accounts of my college escapades.

I’m thankful to those who have shared in my antics by reading along.  I hope that you’ve caught some smiles on the way, and I hope that you’ll continue to follow my adventures as I transition to an exciting new stage in my life.  Whatever my future brings, you can be sure that it will be recounted right here on

Believe it or not, these men
have degrees in science.

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