Humans of HB: Pajama Day

February 17, 2014

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“What has the other brought into your relationship?”
“I would say happiness, altogether.”
“He makes me a better person. In everything I do, he makes me better.”

Based on the work of photographer Brandon Stanton, author of Humans of New York–a volume which culls its content from the original www.humansofnewyork.com*–student journalists will be posting “Humans of HB” every day this week. Look for daily posts, along with sidebar photo galleries chronicling Spirit Week 2014.

"What's your favorite book from high school?" "Darwin's Theory of Evolution because it is logical, interesting, and a fun I read. Plus, I absolutely love biology!"
“What’s your favorite book from high school?”
“Darwin’s Theory of Evolution because it is logical, interesting, and a fun I read. Plus, I absolutely love biology!” Nick Garside, ’14
"What's your favorite memory involving shoes?" "I worked all of Black Friday and had been up for 48 hours straight. I needed sleep or coffee but instead I triumphantly purchased my camo moccasins for a steal of $10, saving over 70%." "What's your favorite memory involving icecream?" "We were parked at Haywards and my friend licked icecream off my shoulder. Then I saw a lady driving through a field eating icecream at the same time. Crazy."
“What’s your favorite memory involving shoes?”
“I worked all of Black Friday and had been up for 48 hours straight. I needed sleep or coffee but instead I triumphantly purchased my camo moccasins for a steal of $10, saving over 70%.” Maddy Poulin, ’15
“What’s your favorite memory involving icecream?”
“We were parked at Haywards and my friend licked icecream off my shoulder. Then I saw a lady driving through a field eating icecream at the same time. Crazy.” Liesl Bencks, ’15
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