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” 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?
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
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