Online classes have naturally changed the way WashU students go about their days. Here’s a look at a day in my life during this strange semester!
The Campus Life office offers great ways to do that through it’s Reading Week events in the Danforth University Center (DUC)! A huge fan of this programming myself, I made sure to attend every one.
The start of her channel was based on the purpose of illustrating diversity at WashU. Desirae says that she wants to show that “there are black women succeeding here and representation is super important”.
So the final days of the program have finally come. The final project is in the last stretch and right now I’m just whiling away the days trying to find suitable pass times for myself. I’m sure it’s different back at WashU. This is about the time when things really start to crack down and […]
Wow, it’s been a long time since I wrote anything. It’s been really hectic lately, so I apologize. Since I last wrote I’ve had a friend come over to visit me for the week, travelled to Budapest and Salzburg, and been working on my final project for the program that I’m in. But I figured […]
So I know it’s been a long time coming, but I’ve finally got a few of my pictures on to my laptop so here they are, ready and waiting for you to gaze upon them. Here’s a couple pictures of my room. I share it with my roommate from American University. I know it doesn’t […]
This post is part of the Freshman Survival Guide series. Visit the FSG category to see new posts as I add them this summer. 5 Great Places to Study I’m only listing 5 because I don’t want to take away the excitement that comes with discovering a special (sometimes secluded) place on your own. There […]
I have interrupted my study session for the psychology midterm I have on Monday to write a post declaring how much I love learning about psychology. Maybe I’m procrastinating, but part of me really was so excited about what I was reading in my textbook that I just had to tell someone about how great […]