On The #AtoZChallenge

Fun. Exhilarating. Challenging. Busy. Those are probably the four best words to describe the A-Z Challenge. In April I undertook the challenge of writing 26 posts, both alphabetical and themed around college. I completed the challenge, so obviously I’m qualified to give you unsolicited advice about how to do it too. Unsolicited Advice PREWRITE. You’ve…

Networking: Meaningful in Moderation

Today I’m featuring another A-Z Challenge guest blogger. Welcome Catherine from Never Stationary! Networking seems to be both inevitable and essential to my daily life here in college. If you’re not joining a sorority for the sisterhood, you’re joining for the social connections. They can get you many things, from access to a party to an…

Letter to Prospective Students

Dear prospective students, I love how you huddle together in small tour groups with other overwhelmed prospectives and their panicked parents. You listen to obscure facts rapidly spewing from your guide’s mouth and try to discern which slivers of information make this college more special than any other medium-sized liberal arts college in the mid-Atlantic region. I love how you cling to these…

Photo101 Gallery and Reflection

Every day in November I posted both a written piece for NaBloPoMo and a photo for the WordPress Photography 101 course. Doing just one or the other would’ve been WAY less stressful, but why not go all out? Here are my takeaways from Photo101: I didn’t take a single new photo for the course. Mostly that was due to…

Prospective

I love prospective students. From my dorm window I can see the soon-to-be college freshmen huddling in small tour groups, listening to the obscure facts rapidly spewing from their guide’s mouth and trying to discern which slivers of information makes my college more special than any other medium-sized liberal arts college in the mid-Atlantic region.…