my old kentucky home(coming)

Growing up in a town as small as mine was, “homecoming” was one of those traditions I never fully grasped. We didn’t have a football team (of our own), so our version of homecoming was the annual Sheakleyville Homecoming Firemen’s Fair – complete with a beauty pageant, parade, and tractor pulls. It was one of theRead more

Louisville first.

“Louisville first” means something different today than it did 48 hours ago. What was once a rally cry for the ‘best college sports town in America’ has some tarnish on its shine. So, the question is, where do we go from here? 

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

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