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Nov. 20th, 2007 @ 05:39 pm
Just saying hi as I posted here forever and a day ago...



And happy Thanksgiving

Sep. 25th, 2005 @ 08:17 pm
Hey BVA! I'm Alison Proctor and I've just graduated Bay View this past year. I'm in my freshman year at Champlain College in Burlington, VT and love it! I'm so glad to be out of BVA. Not that it wasn't bad or anything but change is good sometimes. How's everyone doing? It seems like an eternity since the class of '05 has graduated!
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BVA! Mar. 16th, 2005 @ 10:19 pm
Wow, What's up Bay View!! I just found this!! This is Debbie from the class of 98. I am currently living in Boston and working as a teacher. I am enrolled in the Applied Behavior Analysis Grad Program at UMass Boston and I am working on applying to Columbia for their PhD in ABA. It would be great to hear from everyone! *and Ill be at Manhattan this April!*
Current Mood: excitedexcited

stumbling in Jan. 13th, 2005 @ 10:50 am
huh....ok....didn't know this existed. Oh well, nifty none the less.
Hi girls...lets play a game. Guess who I am...
no points if you just go to my lj and poke around (boo hiss, at least try to come up with an answer on your own)
~class of 2001
~still in RI
~English Communications major, theater arts and philosophy double minor
~If you pass me on the street, look downwards...I haven't grown AT ALL!!!!!!!!!!! *sulk*
Current Mood: tiredtired

Greetings Earthlings Sep. 26th, 2004 @ 08:52 pm
Well hello everyone. I joined a bit ago but haven't gotten a chance to make known my true identity. I am Erin hailing from the class of 2002. I've spent the last couple of years in Los Angeles at USC. I came here wanting to go into animation. However, my interests have migrated into the exciting world of video game concept art. I've been keeping myself busy with classes, archery club, and running the visual effects organization here on campus (scfx.org if you're interested). And, of course, I have been greatly enjoying the Southern Californian weather - which, to be honest, can make having to go back home in the wintertime downright painful. So that's my life since leaving Bay View in a nutshell. It's good to be able to keep in touch with fellow Bay Viewites. Um, nanu nanu.
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» I suppose it is time to update...
Well Kristina Bonina, since you asked...

I am in Alexandria Virginia at the moment, land of my apartment... I'm avoiding my homework, because I feel that this is what senior year is all about - drinking, music, and thinking about doing my homework... So maybe it's a little different than it was when we were seniors in high school, but whatever. I'm over it.

I'm not sure when I'll be up there again, to be honest... Definitely for a bit at Christmas time, but perhaps not before. I'm still pondering the Thanksgiving issue.

We'll see.

I should get back to my reading. I have a writing assignment due tomorrow for it. And it's 9:00... Bzzz.

Keep in touch Dear BVA.
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girls!! where are you all?
I remembered that even thoughI joined forever ago, I never made an introduction. OOPs!

My name is Lauren Schultz and I am a grad of the class of 2003. I'm majoring in Communications with a digital media focus and minoring in Music Performance and Business Administration at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. Down at the hall, I'm in involved in the Theater-in-the-Round (stagemangaging the performace in the Spring), Theatre Council, WSOU Radio as and Engineer and a News Caster (Mondays from 3-6! you can listen online! >_<), and I'm an employee of the University working as Peer Advisor welcoming in all the new freshmen.

LIfe has been great since I left BVA. I love New Jersey and adore my school, although I do long for the simpler days of plaid kilts and paralell parking but alas life goes on. Besides that, nothing truly monmumentous has happened in my life. I'm home in Rhode Island for (this) summer, working 3 jobs at Rhode Island-PBS, Barnes and Noble, and Kaleidoscope Theatre, so I try to keep busy while home.

There's only a handfull of people I stayed in contact with once leaving high school. We're pretty much in the same boat when it comes to keeping our choices limited. I don't have any friends from school that live in Rhode Island (the closest ones are in Marshfield and Oxford, MA) so I spend my free time catching up, going to movies or going out clubbin' with them.

alrighty, that's it for me! :D
» Why not discuss...
So I'm bored, and excited to have recaptured my High School Friends... Let's chat!

It's odd how I feel like I have moved on in so many ways from the Bay View Era of my life, and yet at the same time, I feel strangely connected to all you lovelies that I once spent my luncheons debating and giggling with.

To update you, I am no longer the straight-edge chicky I once was. I drink (probably a little too much too often, but hell, you only live once, right?), I've been known to indulge in the occasional cigarette... I live it up down here in DC, where (Amber) one may still smoke in bars, delightfully enough.

Very often I find myself looking back on high school as rather surreal, to be honest. What kind of world did we live in? All Female?? WHAT?! Who DOES that? And it seemed so painful at the time. Truthfully, I feel like I allowed myself to absorb quite a bit... and my level of comfort with classroom discussion most likely finds its genesis in those socratic seminars Sister Carol was so fond of and trying to placate Miss Wrye's twisted sense of analysis. People have said to me, "you aren't allowed to miss class anymore - no one else ever talks and he [professor whoever] gets mad at us." Understandably, I get a little disgusted with that line of reasoning, but my fellow slackers probably have Bay View to thank for my willingness to participate.

Additionally, I hope that none of you thinks that I've deftly moved on from my procrastinating past. I am still notoriously bad at handing things in ontime (Poisonwood Bible, anyone?), and I still manage to get good grades despite it. It probably all stems from my inability to willingly disappoint people, but I have problems saying no, and then problems coping with ALL of it at the same time. But whatever, I survive, and I manage Honor Roll Worthy Grades. This is not to brag, but rather to support my theory that Bay View taught me the indispensable art of BullShit.

Anyway, I'm fast approaching the Big Senior Year in college. It's UNBELIEVABLE that we graduated over three years ago. Our five year reunion (and you better all be going) is closer than graduation was. AAHH!

I'm living alone, if anyone wants to come on down to DC, you're more than welcome in my crib.

I miss our lunch time chats. And I miss many of you girls (I say many because some people might come along who have no clue who I am, but they will have graduated from BVA, and then it's awkward if I say I miss them... ya know?)

"...their ringing reminds us of memories that bind us..."
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Hello. Im Theresa Shea and I graduated 2003. Emily, I laughed at you for this too, but it was a good idea. For those of you who dont know, Im attending CCRI, and working three jobs this summer. I would write more but Im actually off to one of those jobs now. This is also my email at yahoo.com for those of you who want to keep in touch, or just plain old SHOULD keep in touch!
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