A window inside life at Augustana College

Graduating Early? Maybe.

One of my biggest goals I want to reach after graduation is to be financially stable, so I try and work. A lot. I don’t really make much money, but I figure if I’m used to working a lot now it will prepare me for when I’m a post-grad. I currently hold three jobs; one on […]

Happy National Poetry Month!

Hello! So…have any of you noticed the brightly-colored eggs hidden (albeit not very well, but that’s the point) around campus? If you have, you’ll notice there is a folded piece of paper inside as well as a piece of candy or prize. Don’t throw that paper away! It’s a poem. April is National Poetry Month–nothing […]

My life in a blog part 3

I got off the phone and the call still had not sunk in. I had just been offered an intern position at my number one choice of places I had applied! Following my summer camp job I knew where I would be…the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.   I spent much of the rest of […]

My life in a blog part 2

Wednesday morning was there before I knew it and I was on my phone interview with Villanova! The fact that they even considered me was awesome!   Next up was my trip to Iowa City.  I got to Carver-Hawkeye Arena around 11:30 for my 11:45 appointment so I checked my email. I had a few […]

My life in a blog part 1

Entering Easter weekend the anxiety of graduation began to set in. I realized that in just over a month I would be a college graduate that still had no idea what my future would hold. Well on Easter Monday all of that began to change.   I visited with the new director at the summer […]

Relay for Life 2014

Let me just start this off by saying that Relay for Life is one of my favorite events at Augustana! There are so many people that come together for such a great cause and it’s a great place to see Greek group unity! Last year at Relay I walked somewhere around 13 miles, mostly in […]

Oh Happy Day

This weather has me in an excellent, and productive, mood. That also could have something to do with the three day juice cleanse I just finished though too. Anyways, I’m having a wonderful day, and I’ve been super productive as well. I went to work, I went and got fingerprinted, I went to the central […]

¿nación de phi rho?

April is National Poetry Month, so read or write a poem. Go check out SAGA magazine if you haven’t either. Alli Petrassi, Hannah Bohn and the staff worked real hard on it. This is a blog about telling the truth. Tweet that. What’s your favorite toaster strudel? Quickly. Not quick enough. Today I tried talking to […]

History is repeating itself

For the second year in a row, both the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams have clenched births in their conference tournaments. The men’s team was able to hold on for the fourth and final spot despite an overtime loss in Elmhurst. The team will face Aurora, who is undefeated in the conference, for their final […]

Mémoires of The Serb

Disclaimer: The intent of this blog is not to make you feel old, Class of 2014. This is just a way for me to remind you where you were four years ago, ask what you learned here, and help you see where you will be going from now on. It is a long one. Read […]