Ian Firestone

This is CRAZY!

Well, I guess it’s safe to say that I’ve been busy the past few weeks, given that I feel like I’ve only spent five full days on campus in the past four weeks. Okay, that number isn’t entirely accurate, but it sure feels like that is the case. Volleyball season and classes are both in […]

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Found my rhythm

So now that it’s almost the end of the semester, I’ve finally found some sort of rhythm in my daily life, mostly. Honestly, I’m probably Webster Dictionary’s definition of organized chaos in human form… I’ve been pretty busy the past two weeks between volleyball, working in our glorious cafe/bookstore, and all of my academic responsibilities–and […]

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10 More Days

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a history and political science major, but when I’m not glued to my computer searching for the latest in American and foreign political affairs, I’m out playing volleyball. I first tried volleyball in seventh grade because my sister was interested in the sport and she needed someone to pass with […]

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My First Week

When my alarm clock went off last Wednesday, Aug. 24,¬† at 8 a.m., I rolled out of bed, hopped into the shower and then lethargically returned to my room to get dressed; however, it was not a usual day and I was reminded of that when my mother yelled, “Ian, grab your gear and pack […]

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Progress is progress

I’ve returned to you, fellow Class of 2020ers, with progress! After returning from¬† dinner at the White Rose Bar and Grill, I recruited my mother and my girlfriend, Brooke, to partake in a daunting task: keeping me from making myself look ridiculous. Having arrived at our store of choice, Kohl’s, it was time for my […]

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Probably the biggest change of my life…

First thing’s first, let me introduce myself. My name is Ian Firestone and I’m a member of the incoming Class of 2020. I plan to graduate with a history and political science major. I’m enrolled in the honors program at Wilson and, at my high school, York Suburban Senior High School, I was an honors/advanced […]

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