Bachelor of Arts
Humanities and Cultural Studies
Department or Program Chair
Chase B. Clow, PhD
Robert Bradford, MA
This creative writing project is about a week I spent alone in Juneau, Alaska. All time and travel was spent on foot, bus and boat. Alone, I had many different experiences, and every time I interacted with a new person, that isolation became a shared experience, if even for a minute. Each day started out a blank slate, and eventually wrote itself into a story with a unique identity of its own as each day does as we travel through seconds and minutes that build up into completed days. Social interactions with so many different people turns them from strangers into someone you’ve met before, but will most likely never meet again. You leave a little piece of yourself with them, as they do with you. This paper is about those interactions, on a ground level, through my experience.
Makuh, Cara, "Juneau: Notes From the Bus" (2017). Senior Theses. 62.