Truth Talk: Joining a Sorority

Hey friends! Today, I felt like sitting down and writing about how I ended up in a sorority. I think the stories like mine are really important in the grand scheme of Greek life, because a lot of people like me don’t ever join for thinking that they don’t belong. That’s what I thought, too.Continue reading “Truth Talk: Joining a Sorority”

La Parisienne, No. 4: Au Revoir

Well, folks, the adventure has come to a close. I’ve been back home in California for one month. What an adventure it was. There is so much to say that I almost don’t know what to say. I guess I’ll begin by talking about some of my favorite things about Paris:

La Parisienne, No. 3: Reflections from Halfway

I wrote this after 2 of my 4 months in Paris. I think it’s worth sharing. …..     …..     ….. When I first arrived in Paris, I had no idea what the study abroad experience would bring. To be quite honest, I didn’t even have time to think about it! I hadContinue reading “La Parisienne, No. 3: Reflections from Halfway”

La Parisienne, No. 2: Paris is a Lady

Hello friends, and welcome back to my sorta ironic, sorta sarcastic, sorta interesting travel-diary-slash-travel-newsletter. Here, in the La Parisienne series, you will be able to read about all the cool things I’ve been doing, as well as all the ridiculous things that happen to me along the way. In this edition, I fill in some of theContinue reading “La Parisienne, No. 2: Paris is a Lady”

Truth Talk: Being a Christian at a Large Public University

Alright. Truth talk. Staying strong in your faith in college is hard. Staying strong in your faith at a large, public college is harder. Staying strong in your faith at a large, public college known for its reputation as a party school is, as you can imagine, a bit of a challenge. I’m not goingContinue reading “Truth Talk: Being a Christian at a Large Public University”

What Moving to College Was Really Like

I have been at college for seven weeks. I would like to tell you that so far, they have been the best seven weeks of my life, but that just wouldn’t be true. In fact, they have been stressful, terrifying, exhausting, overwhelming, confusing, and incredibly difficult. When the first of my friends left for schoolContinue reading “What Moving to College Was Really Like”