closing the chapter

Barely eighteen years old, I was merely a child looking for a home. After four long days of bouncing and singing and phenomenal women with perfect hair – I found so much more than a home. When I opened my envelope to see the words, “It is my pleasure to inform you that you have beenRead more

the sun shines bright

I came to you a barely eighteen, bright-eyed dreamer, determined to change the world. How little did I ever expect that the true change would come to me instead? To me you were an escape from the microscope of a small town, the first page of a new chapter in my life. You were a sparklingRead more

An Open Response to “Collegiate Discrimination”

Earlier today, I read an eloquently written article entitled “Stop Defending Greek Life“. I’ll be honest, I stumbled across it in a “connection” Facebook group for my sorority, and clicked on it because the title intrigued me. Especially when I’ve come to be known as a bit of a vigilante for defending my fellow GreeksRead more