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Spring Break – Fall Out Boy, Florida & Georgetown

So my last first day at Augustana happened today – it’s a little bittersweet. But the last first day was on the heels of a fantastic Spring Break! Some highlights include: Meeting Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy! He came to Anderson’s Bookshop because he recently released a book. They have really famous authors who […]

I’m a survivor

Destiny’s Child once said: “I’m a survivor/I’m not gon give up.” That was my motto for winter term and let me tell you – I’m a survivor. Somehow I managed to complete 86+ pages for my political science and communication studies senior inquiry papers. This was on top of another 20ish pages for another class. […]

50th Blog Post!

In honor of hitting 50 blog posts, I’ve edited this image to make it look like I am wearing a birthday hat because I don’t own an actual birthday hat (I feel like that is something everyone needs to own). Thanks to those of you who read them on a reoccurring basis or those who are tuning […]

Top 12 Moments of 2012

While there is still 15 more days till 2012 is over (if the world doesn’t end on the 21st of course), I decided to write what my top 10 moments of 2012 were, listed below in no particular order. If I blogged about the experience, I’ve included the link to the blog post in the […]

“So much of me is made from what I learned from you”

“I’ve heard it said that people come into our lives for a reason/Bringing something we must learn/And we are led to those who help us most to grow if we let them/And we help them in return/Well, I don’t know if I believe that’s true/But I know I’m who I am today/Because I knew you…” […]

Lunch with my future self?

Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to sit down and eat lunch with Augustana’s convocation speaker, Callie Crossley. Crossley currently has a talk show in Boston on WGBH-FM, 89.7 and has been a news reporter, producer and has received an Emmy and an Academy Award nomination. I had the opportunity with two other students and some faculty to […]