A window inside life at Augustana College

The best weekend of my four years at Augie

I had the best weekend of my whole entire life this weekend. There were so many hugs and smiles and friends. To say it was magical would be an understatement. It basically started on Wednesday night when my friends and I went out to dinner at Blue Cat and then sang karaoke. I also registered […]

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. […]

12….more….hours….

October 31. Halloween. That typically means candy and costumes. This year it means a political science textbook and a whole lot of notecards! But the food aspect is covered with bags of popcorn, dark chocolate, pound cake, and lots of orange juice. With my last final tomorrow, I spent my day studying for it and […]

A Reintroduction

Since I’ve had 33 posts since I first introduced myself, I decided it was time for a reintroduction. I know I’ve changed a lot since I first started blogging, so I figured I will update all of you old readers and fill in all of you new readers.  I’m now a senior here at Augustana majoring […]

Free food and good conversation

For the past two weeks, I have had the opportunity to eat dinner with two very impressive people. First, I was one of 3 or 4 students who got to eat dinner with Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans. While I was sitting at a different table from Morial, I got to listen to […]

Mr. Augustana & WAUG Fest

My first weekend back at school was pretty much fantastic. On Friday night, the Chi Alpha Pi sorority hosted Mr. Augustana. Basically it’s like a male beauty pageant. There is a talent portion, swimsuit wear, and Q&A. What was really cool was this year, they had last year’s winner (Carl) do his talent again. Out of […]

A summer that will never be forgotten

Even though summer ended about a month ago, I think about my summer every single day. Through a summer internship program at American University, I was able to go and intern on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C, for nine incredible weeks. Within those nine weeks, I had the opportunity to see these people speak: Colin Powell, […]