Monthly Archives: May 2012

I belong with you, you belong with me, my sweetheart

Oh my god! Hart Beat is a graduated blogger now! I’m not sure how this is going to change things but today I just wanted to share a song I’ve been listening to a lot lately and some pictures found around the internet. Isn’t it funny how if you listen to a song a lot at one time it will always and forever remind you of the time? Or as Eric Church would wisely say, “Funny how a melody sounds like a memory.” Thanks to a friend, this song will always remind me of the last few weeks at Bates. And now, as I watch a threatening thunderstorm or tornado rage through the valley I want to send it to you out there. This week is pretty crazy as I’m packing and re-packing for the next phase of my post-grad life. Keep you updated soon Hart Beat.

“Ho Hey” by The Limineers

I belong with you, you belong with me, my sweetheart

Oh my god! Hart Beat is a graduated blogger now! I’m not sure how this is going to change things but today I just wanted to share a song I’ve been listening to a lot lately and some pictures found around the internet. Isn’t it funny how if you listen to a song a lot at one time it will always and forever remind you of the time? Or as Eric Church would wisely say, “Funny how a melody sounds like a memory.” Thanks to a friend, this song will always remind me of the last few weeks at Bates. And now, as I watch a threatening thunderstorm or tornado rage through the valley I want to send it to you out there. This week is pretty crazy as I’m packing and re-packing for the next phase of my post-grad life. Keep you updated soon Hart Beat.

“Ho Hey” by The Limineers

Tomorrow

Well Hart Beat, the day has come, tomorrow is graduation at Bates College. Today felt like kind of a mini graduation as the entire class sat in the hot sun for Baccalaureate. I think Nancy Cable may have made one of the best speeches I’ve ever heard and I’ll be surprised if tomorrow any of the Commencement speakers top her. It’s too sad to think about leaving Bates tomorrow so I’ll just post a song here that I’ve been listening to mucho lately in hopes that all you readers out there like it.

“Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac

Tomorrow

Well Hart Beat, the day has come, tomorrow is graduation at Bates College. Today felt like kind of a mini graduation as the entire class sat in the hot sun for Baccalaureate. I think Nancy Cable may have made one of the best speeches I’ve ever heard and I’ll be surprised if tomorrow any of the Commencement speakers top her. It’s too sad to think about leaving Bates tomorrow so I’ll just post a song here that I’ve been listening to mucho lately in hopes that all you readers out there like it.

“Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac

The Graduate

Elaine? Nope, sorry, this isn’t a post about the movie version of “The Graduate,” this is a post about the true life version of “The Graduate: Bates College Edition.” It’s coming up, believe it or not, graduation at Bates is a little over a week away. The school is slowly starting to prepare for the big day and I’m not entirely sure how I feel about the approaching day.

Bates has some pretty interesting traditions, not really surprising, concerning graduation and graduation weekend. Lots of costumes, lots of all nighters and lots of parents. I’m not really sure what this post is about seeing as I’m not really sure how I feel about the upcoming day. I guess I’ll have to update you on the details as the day approaches and flies by this next week.

For those of you dear readers of Hart Beat, Bates has an open graduation and all are welcome. To entice you even more our commencement speakers this year are none other than Robert De Niro, Gwen Ifill and Bonnie Bassler. I think May 27th is set to be a pretty good day. Hasta luego Hart Beat.

The Graduate

Elaine? Nope, sorry, this isn’t a post about the movie version of “The Graduate,” this is a post about the true life version of “The Graduate: Bates College Edition.” It’s coming up, believe it or not, graduation at Bates is a little over a week away. The school is slowly starting to prepare for the big day and I’m not entirely sure how I feel about the approaching day.

Bates has some pretty interesting traditions, not really surprising, concerning graduation and graduation weekend. Lots of costumes, lots of all nighters and lots of parents. I’m not really sure what this post is about seeing as I’m not really sure how I feel about the upcoming day. I guess I’ll have to update you on the details as the day approaches and flies by this next week.

For those of you dear readers of Hart Beat, Bates has an open graduation and all are welcome. To entice you even more our commencement speakers this year are none other than Robert De Niro, Gwen Ifill and Bonnie Bassler. I think May 27th is set to be a pretty good day. Hasta luego Hart Beat.

I’ll tell you one thing…

Happy Thursday Hart Beat. It was such a beautiful day here in Lewiston and I can’t believe that graduation is coming up so close. Here’s a nice little romantic quote and picture for you lovely readers tonight.
Holly Golightly: I’ll tell you one thing, 
Fred, darling… 
I’d marry you for your money in a minute. 
Would you marry me for my money? 
Paul Variak: In a minute. 
Holly Golightly: I guess it’s pretty lucky neither of us is rich, huh? 
Paul Variak: Yeah. 

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Park Benches – Love is Everywhere (Couple flirting on a fire escape), 
1946, by Stanley Kubrick

I’ll tell you one thing…

Happy Thursday Hart Beat. It was such a beautiful day here in Lewiston and I can’t believe that graduation is coming up so close. Here’s a nice little romantic quote and picture for you lovely readers tonight.
Holly Golightly: I’ll tell you one thing, 
Fred, darling… 
I’d marry you for your money in a minute. 
Would you marry me for my money? 
Paul Variak: In a minute. 
Holly Golightly: I guess it’s pretty lucky neither of us is rich, huh? 
Paul Variak: Yeah. 

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Park Benches – Love is Everywhere (Couple flirting on a fire escape), 
1946, by Stanley Kubrick

Santah: Another concert at Bates

Hokay, so, Bates has been having tons of concerts this short term. And guess what! There’s another one coming up this weekend and I am oh so excited. The band coming to Ronjstock on Saturday is called Santah and I actually published a video of the group singing a couple of weeks ago here on Hart Beat. The song “Teeth” which was posted has been one of my favorite songs this year and I am so excited to hear them live.

In preparation for the event on Saturday (which also is going to be featuring some amazing Bates own musicians) I have been listening to Santah’s album White Noise Red and would recommend you do the same to get ready for this Saturday. Here’s just one little sample for you today Hart Beat:

“Chips of Pain” by Santah
And, of course I couldn’t resist, the beautiful song “Teeth” from the Big Ugly Yellow Couch.

Santah: Another concert at Bates

Hokay, so, Bates has been having tons of concerts this short term. And guess what! There’s another one coming up this weekend and I am oh so excited. The band coming to Ronjstock on Saturday is called Santah and I actually published a video of the group singing a couple of weeks ago here on Hart Beat. The song “Teeth” which was posted has been one of my favorite songs this year and I am so excited to hear them live.

In preparation for the event on Saturday (which also is going to be featuring some amazing Bates own musicians) I have been listening to Santah’s album White Noise Red and would recommend you do the same to get ready for this Saturday. Here’s just one little sample for you today Hart Beat:

“Chips of Pain” by Santah
And, of course I couldn’t resist, the beautiful song “Teeth” from the Big Ugly Yellow Couch.