The 5 Question Game by rghosh

§ January 29th, 2011 § Filed under Memories § 5 Comments

1) What is your favorite MHC tradition? Why?
Dis-O! I loved loved loved Dis-O because of my first year when my seniors made me dress up as “Tacky Tacky Princess” and then Adrienne and I stole a Mobil sign. Oh and I think we also either took down everything on the seniors doors in some other dorm or we wallpapered them into their rooms, I don’t quite remember anymore.
These days I’d say Mountain Day because I *still* take it off when I find out early enough.

2) Favorite M&C?
Magic cookie bars!! (This could also just be that’s the only thing I remember from M&Cs)

3) Favorite class? / Favorite professor?
Fave class: Multivariable Calc with these nutty visiting professors that got me into string theory and to declare my physics major. I took it my first year and sat in the back with Jo, Olivia and Sara and we were *the worst* students EVER. It was so much fun.
Fave prof: Ann Murphy (could be because I had a crush on her because she was super hot and smart). She is the reason I declared my philosophy major, she was pretty awesome. I’m still sad that they didn’t hire her on as permanent staff.

4) Favorite spot on campus to unwind? / Your favorite spot on campus?
Physics lounge. Kinda spent all my time there. Pretty sure my friends all knew the number there instead of my actual phone number.
Also, I loved the old Blanchard back when it was dark and the pool tables were upstairs with the couches.

5) What would the you from college be surprised to know about your life today?
That I’ve been in the pride parade for 3 years running and hopefully will continue to be.

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5 Responses to “The 5 Question Game by rghosh”

  • Adrienne says:

    Oh, stealing that Mobile sign is one of my fondest MHC memories. With Bonnie dressed as a Christmas tree driving the getaway car. That was the last year Hampshire Halloween was not by invitation only too.

    • rhea says:

      OMG! Me too!! And I completely forgot that Bonnie was dressed up as a Christmas tree. That was so funny. And I still remember the seniors being flabbergasted that we *actually* stole a sign from a real gas station 😉

      • Adrienne says:

        What ever happened to that sign? I vividly remember the theft, including throwing the sign on top of you in the back seat because a bread delivery truck pulled up behind us, but have no recollection of anything after that…
        I also remember papering over professors’ office doors in the earth sciences (?) area…? I think…? I missed a lot of Dis-O because of hockey I think.
        aww, memories…

        • rhea says:

          HAHAHAHA, I totally forgot that’s why I was unceremoniously shoved in the back with the sign. I do remember that we almost got caught. Hilarious… I thought it was in the dining hall for a little while and then one of the seniors took it… or something. I don’t know I don’t remember. I kindof want it back as a commemoration of our craziness from college.
          I just remember that we did a lot of crazy stuff. And I’m not sure I slept at all that week, which at this point I find incomprehensible because I can barely pull an allnighter to save my life and if I do that means I’m a zombie the next day.

  • jess says:

    1) What is your favorite MHC tradition? Why?
    Laurel Parade!!!!!!!!!!!

    2) Favorite M&C?
    Hmm… I liked the lemon bars. Those were awesome.

    3) Favorite class? / Favorite professor?
    Fave class: Attachment Psychology, Women in Sport

    4) Favorite spot on campus to unwind? / Your favorite spot on campus?
    Upper Lake! I loved upper lake! Also the attic in the delles. That was a fun trip with C$, Bel….and…who else joined us? HAHAHA
    Kendall. I love Kendall!

    5) What would the you from college be surprised to know about your life today? It took FOREVER to get in my professional field after college. Who’da thought?! Mount Holyoke is such a safe haven and cannot be replicated. I sure miss the mother land!!

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