Mar. 8, 2016—Ten minutes before the introduction to Phi Lamb, I walked determinedly across the Vandy bridge and promised myself I wouldn't say yes. And then they asked if I wanted to join, and well, they were just too wonderful. And now I'm so, so happy to say that I'm a Lamb!!! Read on for why Phi Lamb!
Dec. 23, 2015—Thus ends the first semester of my freshman year. I was my high school valedictorian and I failed three tests. I’m so completely ungraceful that I opened a door once and fell over; I learned to swing dance. I would have described myself as an “introvert” before coming to college; I’ve discovered I LOVE people.
Dec. 1, 2015—Just as we get settled back in, we leave again. But even in the campus chaos that is the time between breaks, I can’t help but be thankful (maybe it’s the contagious holiday spirit, or maybe it’s the fact that Vanderbilt is just literally my favorite place on Earth).
Nov. 8, 2015—This summer I went to Ecuador for a month, thanks to a program in Vandy's OACS (Office of Active Citizenship and Service). This program taught me more than I could have asked for. We had a reunion dinner to reflect on our experience, and I was asked to write a speech. Here it is!
Nov. 7, 2015—“College XYZ has over 300 student-run clubs and organizations. If you can’t find one that you like, you can start your own!” If you’re a high school senior, you’ve probably heard some form of this declaration way too many times during an info session or campus tour. Colleges love to talk about how involved their...
Oct. 8, 2015—For one week, the Vanderbilt Greek community comes together to participate in community service, hold intellectual conversations, and meet new people. This week is much more than an opportunity to complete your Greek Experience tab, it's actually an awesome opportunity to experience the Greek community outside of your chapter. Read on to learn what Greek Week really is and where you should be to participate.