Barnard Sophomore Published in NY Times

Image via Presidia Creative

Image via Presidia Creative

I spend a lot of time worrying about the end of the world. Between the crazy hurricanes, The Walking Dead, and my mother’s paranoia about a nuclear Iran, it seems like the apocalypse, in one form or another, is just around the corner.

Well I was glad to read I am not the only person obsessively thinking about how we are all going to meet our maker. It turns out Barnard sophomore Elyse Pitock is also concerned – only unlike me, her craziness landed her an article in The New York Times.

Way to go Elyse. I’ll see you in the canned food aisle.


About Deena Shanker

Deena is a writer living in New York. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Barnard College.
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