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Sophomore. Political Science major. Procrastinator. I have more goals than motivation.

Goooooal(s)!!!

Pumpkin spice latte

Pumpkin spice latte

I’m the type of person that thrives in a goal oriented environment. If I have a list of things to do, I will get them done (if provided the right incentive). I even keep a calendar. Class being in session is the type of goal setting I live for. I’m nowhere near my planned graduation date and I have my … Continue reading

University Student Center Launch

The USFSP community comes together for the launch of the University Student Center

The USFSP community comes together for the launch of the University Student Center

The USFSP community comes together for the launch of the 81,00 square foot University Student Center on September 6, 2012.

A summer rite of passage for incoming students

Students and parents walk to residence hall

Students and parents walk to residence hall

At first glance it looks like students are being dropped off by their parents for a great big slumber party somewhere on campus. But it’s far more than that. Dozens of students and their parents arrived on campus early Thursday morning in preparation for a two-day orientation session, an annual rite of passage at USF St. Petersburg. Students and parents … Continue reading

So, this is such an exciting time to be alive

I wrote a really long post about the lack of community among students on campus and how I spent the weekend marching in the St. Petersburg Pride parade with our campus GSA, but lets forget that. Let’s focus on the main point: find something you’re passionate about. Be it out in the community, on campus, or something that affects you … Continue reading

It’s only ugly because it’s new and you don’t like it

Stephen Fry kinetic yypography

Stephen Fry's kinetic typography

I have a lofty dream of going to law school and being successful and owning a beautiful house in upstate New York. In my ten year plan there are all of the pertinent milestone events (study abroad in Europe, graduation from undergrad, amazing LSAT scores, acceptance to law school, and passing the bar) but there’s a lot that comes before … Continue reading