• Ellie Jurmann

    unfinding meaning in everything

    most of the time, it’s not that deep

    March 5, 2021
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    “Twin XL comforters for college dorm room.” Hit search. As I scrolled through countless pages of maroon, lavender, and navy blue blankets, I began to draw conclusions about college students: most prefer simpler styles, maybe some ruching or small white polka dots, but nothing too attention-grabbing that could possibly throw off the balance of their […]

    n+1 reasons I love you

    a love letter to math

    February 12, 2021
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    Dear Math, I think it’s about time I formally introduce myself to you. I’m Ellie, and whether you know it or not, you’ve completely changed the way I look at and understand the world. I often find myself lost in thought, enamored by your ceaseless beauty and your ability to make sense of a reality […]

    the difficulty of cultivating good taste in music

    how my hectically eclectic playlists echo the essence of my personality—and why that’s so frustrating

    November 5, 2020
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    I’m not typically one for envy, but oh, how I wish I had a knack for curating Spotify playlists: from the kinds that make you whip your hair back and forth as you fold laundry to those that assure you every little thing is going to be alright as you sulk in bed after a […]