An Open Letter to the Transfer College Student

  To the nervous upperclassman on his/her first day of class at a new school, You’re an upperclassman, you shouldn’t be nervous. At least that’s what you keep telling yourself, right? Actually, it’s okay to be nervous, maybe even scared. After all, this is your first day at a new college. I know you because … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Transfer College Student

Love Has Won (Not A Post About Gay Marriage)

Lately: I started nannying. Caitlyn Jenner overwhelmingly grabbed the media’s attention. I attended a leadership conference exclusively for members of my sorority. The Charleston church shooting devastated the African American community. I finally got the New Member Education curriculum for my sorority exactly the way I envisioned it. I decided to put on some serious … Continue reading Love Has Won (Not A Post About Gay Marriage)

Jesus Freak

Philippians 4:6 says this: “The Lord is at hand: do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” I’ve been really anxious lately, and I’ve neglected my blog and writing in general. I’m anxious about the future of my sorority. I’m … Continue reading Jesus Freak

22 Things Your Sophomore Year of College Teaches You

You’ll learn what it means to unapologetically be yourself, but you’ll continue to run into people who make you question who you are. It’s okay. You’ll also run into people who make you feel comfortable in your own skin like you never have before, but sadly many of those people only make a brief appearance. It’s okay. You’ll … Continue reading 22 Things Your Sophomore Year of College Teaches You