Kiss My AssSometimesI think of youAt nightWhen the moon's just right and twinkles with the stars.Yeah, sometimesI think of howWe wereAnd whisper what you are in a voiceless verse.But most nights,I lie awakeIn bedWith my pillow and my head dreaming dreams bizarre.Yeah, most nightsI don't think anythingAt allBecause of how much I hurt.
"Why Reed?" essayAs a student hailing from a rural town in Alaska, I feel my leash pulled tight when it comes to opportunities for things I'm interested in pursuing. Diversity and open-mindedness simply cease to exist in my small community. What I'm looking for in a college is a place I can call home, a place that welcomes my creativity with open arms. I had searched for a place that thrives with intellectuals and individuals from all spectrums of life. I yearn for a college whose sole purpose is to help me find myself through my learning experience, to encourage me to "inquire within," guiding me toward the brightest future possible. I could not find any of these traits at a community college, I was, however, lucky enough to find them at Reed.Reed is everything I could ever dream up, in the physical form of an institution dedicated to higher education. The first thing I noticed during my visit at Reed was that I, and my family, were inevitably lost. In no time, a faculty member passed by.