Narrator: (sounds a lot like Christina Paxson) Prospective roommates Katelyn and Caitlin are looking to share a room during sophomore year. With high expectations and low numbers in the housing lottery, can these friends settle on a double? Let’s meet them. Katelyn: Hi, I’m Katelyn. I’m a freshman concentrating in... Read More
Author Archives for Sarah Clapp
My middle school diary—polka dotted, protected by a lock and hidden somewhere in my room—is one of my most cherished keepsakes. Through it, I can relive all the school dance “DRAMA!!,” remember how totally unfair my Algebra 1 teacher was, and recall in extreme detail specific episodes from the 10th... Read More
Dear Weird Al Yankovic, A few months ago, I published the following tweet: It may seem like a joke, but I am 100% serious about wanting you as my mentor and financier.
This week on Rib Classic Movies, we tell the story of young actress Sarah Clapp, who, at the tender age of twelve, took the film industry (of the Boston suburbs) by storm when she starred in two movies produced by her creative arts camp class “Big Strange Movie.” In that... Read More
To the girl singing “Bennie and the Jets” in the Perkins ground floor shower like an Elton John impersonator who has had too much to drink–are you okay? Are you in pain? It sounded like a cat was dying in there. Anyways, thanks for making the hall smell like coconut.... Read More
It is a truth universally acknowledged that every year one man and one woman must sacrifice themselves to satiate the network gods at ABC by becoming the “Bachelor” and the “Bachelorette” and embarking on a sacred quest to find the least objectionable suitor to date long distance for a few months... Read More
Images via Sarah Clapp.
While I was at home during winter break, I binge-watched my home videos. The holiday season was making me feel especially nostalgic for a time when I actually, wholeheartedly, believed in Santa, so I pulled out the DVDs my family had our camcorder-captured memories put on to and watched them with... Read More
My roommate does CLPS studies for her Cognitive Science class. I like to imagine a cohort of scientists taping wires to her head in a laboratory overflowing with beakers so that they can develop highly advanced mind reading technology. In reality, it seems to be a lot of memory exercises... Read More
I would have never worn clogs in high school. I would have never worn turtlenecks or long dresses either because those were all things old women wore and I was young and vivacious. Which is to say, I wore skinny jeans, ballet flats and floral Forever 21 shirts, cultivating a... Read More