It is Written!

I’ve just turned in my senior essay (which I glossed in a recent 7 Quick Takes) and I took some celebratory photos.  And yes, I did dress up for the occasion.

Between finishing the essay, making it to church for the Triduum, and spending Easter Sunday with my boyfriend’s extremely extended Italian family, there was no blogging this weekend.  I’ll be posting a few last thoughts sparked by comments on recent posts tonight, and tomorrow I’ll have some of my reactions and questions after Triduum services.

Oh, and my history major friends took pictures with the giant pile of books they cited, but I wrote a polisci paper about the internet, so here’s the thesis hanging out with my laptop instead.

My Hatred of Football Outweighs My Apathy for Harvard
Is it Hard Out Here for a Humanist?
The gift my weirdo debate friends gave me
"Didn't you ever break on the floor?"
About Leah Libresco

Leah Anthony Libresco graduated from Yale in 2011 and lives in Washington DC. She works as a news writer for FiveThirtyEight by day, and by night writes for Patheos about theology, philosophy, and math at She was received into the Catholic Church in November 2012."

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  • KL

    Congratulations! I graduated last spring and can vividly recall the overwhelming relief of having finished my thesis FINALLY!

  • Ebonmuse

    Great photo. I hope it didn't require *too* many takes. :)

  • Matt

    Congrats! Anywhere we can read it? Looks interesting!

  • Brian Sullivan

    "Quod scripsi, scripsi"?

  • jen


  • Calah

    Congratulations, Leah! I seriously love that picture. Everything about it is wonderful! Aren't Italian Catholics the best? I just love them and their huge gestures.