Like the Moon

"She was like the moon – part of her was always hidden away."

Dear College, Thank You

My last finals week EVER has officially begun. To say this semester has been stressful would be an understatement. I remember my senior year in high school. Everything seemed like a joke. When you are about to graduate and face... Continue Reading →

Fyre Fraud

For those of you have seen enough posts about the Fyre Festival, please understand that as a public relations major, I feel compelled to comment on this disaster. For those of you have no idea what I am talking about,... Continue Reading →

Through Her Eyes

It is no secret that the racial divide in this country has been extremely evident. Both before and especially during the election, tension erupted in this nation. As a white girl raised by a conservative family in a mostly white, suburban... Continue Reading →

Create. Don’t Compare

As I prepare myself for graduation, I can't help but get nervous. I keep looking at my friends' LinkedIn pages and status updates. One person is preparing for law school. Another one is going to be working at a major... Continue Reading →

Find the Purpose

A couple of years ago, my sister and I were bonding over girl talk and long car rides. We were both going through various situations, and we just needed time to vent. I was upset over some of the choices I... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About It

Occasionally, I find myself looking at the articles on Snapchat's "news" section. Although I would not necessarily categorize most of the articles I see as news, one really stuck out to me. I cannot remember what magazine was responsible for... Continue Reading →

Do What You Can

As a typical "broke college student," I often wish I could do more for others. There have been many times where I have heard on the radio about people paying it forward at Starbucks. As much as I would love to... Continue Reading →

Create Your Own Sunshine

Every night, I set my alarm, and every morning, I wake up to that painfully annoying sound and one simple phrase. "Create your own sunshine." Although I tend to immediately hit snooze, that little quote is engrained in my mind.... Continue Reading →

Say What You Need to Say

In middle school, seventh grade to be exact, I became friends with one of the sweetest, most caring boys I had ever met. After switching from private to public school, I was in culture shock. I was overwhelmed, but my... Continue Reading →

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