Rose Dallimore

Rose Dallimore (she/her) is a member of the School of Foreign Service’s Class of 2022, studying International Politics and Theology. She has worked as a teacher, playwright, civil liberties researcher, and freelance writer. In her free time, she is involved in satire, opinion, and poetry writing, campus international relations, advocacy, and pride organizations, hiking and waking aimlessly, and enjoying DC’s restaurant scene.


On falling in love with a dead author

I did not expect to fall in love with a dead author amid a global pandemic and a social revolution. Yet here we are. And how beautiful it is to be here.


Quarantine mindfulness for generally flawed, very scared people like me

I’ve rarely studied meditation in a formal sense, but the basis of mindfulness critical to its practice have always been an important part of my personal philosophy. For someone who has often struggled to feel in control in uncontrollable environments, mindfulness is an essential tool.