A Letter to Delta Phi Epsilon, on our 100th Founder’s Day

Dear Delta Phi Epsilon, I know that I missed the day for the cliché founder’s day “what my sorority means to me” post, but seeing that my chapter is celebrating our Centennial this weekend, I still see myself as being on time. Now, Delta Phi Epsilon honestly wasn’t something that I saw myself becoming a … Continue reading A Letter to Delta Phi Epsilon, on our 100th Founder’s Day

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I’m so scared for my country right now.

  This isn’t that hard to believe, given the election that just happened. Seeing the photos of women's reactions to Trump's win breaks my heart. (Photo taken from this Instagram user.) How people could disregard the rights of their mothers, aunts, sisters, daughters, granddaughters, etc. by voting for President-Elect Trump absolutely disgusts me. I understand that … Continue reading I’m so scared for my country right now.

The 5 Real-Life Struggles of Grad Students

For those who don't know, I am a graduate student, working on my Master's Degree in Sociology. I began the journey to this degree in the fall of 2015, after taking a gap semester between my undergraduate studies and the beginning of this new academic journey. The last year has had its ups and downs within … Continue reading The 5 Real-Life Struggles of Grad Students

9 Things I Wish I Knew About Going to College When I Graduated High School

Last week, I received a graduation announcement for my baby cousin in the mail. Well, I guess I can't call her my baby cousin if she's 18 and graduating from high school... Anyway! I know that when I was her age, I had no idea what I was doing with my life. So here's 9 things … Continue reading 9 Things I Wish I Knew About Going to College When I Graduated High School