BY MAUREEN FERGUSON
The end of high school, beginning of college, new home, COVID pandemic, relationships starting and ending and starting again—all at once. There was this futile, frustrating need for comfort in such an uncomfortable time of transition and change. The idea of home was changing so rapidly that it felt as if I was grasping for something constant in a world speeding past me. Grasping for something that was barely there.
Maureen Ferguson is a junior in architecture from Buffalo, New York. She is currently a design intern for an architecture firm and is excited to continue developing her skills in design. In her free time, Maureen loves listening to music, practicing photography, and spending as much time as she can with her friends and her dog.