So I just got an iPhone! This means I’ll be able to blog on the go. Life has been absolutely amazing lately. SA is more than I thought it would be. I spend a lot of time in the office getting things ready for the year. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad […]Read More... No Comments
After completing six local journalism internships, I knew this summer was my chance to break out of my comfort zone and really chase my dreams. What it all boils down to is New York City. I’ve always wanted to live here and I’ve always wanted to work in the magazine industry. So after months of […]Read More... No Comments
Okay, I will admit it: sometimes, I can be a bit of a, well, pessimist. I guess that’s the beauty of being interested in journalism: always looking at both sides of the coin and gathering perspectives from every angle. I’ve hit more snags in this post-op recovery than I can count, one of which landed […]Read More... No Comments
Cloud nine can’t even begin to describe the state of euphoria I am in right now.
After working all day, my fitness editor, Mary, asked me to attend a press event with her. Clearly, I said yes. Then I found out it was for Nike and we were testing their new products that are launching in July. […]Read More... No Comments
Life in New York City is crazy.
But in such an amazing, satisfying, beautiful way.
I’ve been so extremely busy at work but I love every second of my day. I work almost nonstop from 9 a.m. to around 5:30 p.m., but I love everything I’m doing. The days just fly by and then I […]Read More... 1 Comment
Day 3 post-surgery: someone get me out of this bed.
I didn’t think it would be possible for basic cable to be so lousy every time I turn on my TV. How many times can someone bear watching Paula Deen, Judge Judy, and my mother’s soap operas before tossing the remote aside after five or six […]Read More... No Comments
But if you try sometimes, you might find you get what you need.
November 26th, 2006. I was in the outpatient facility in my operation gowns and my hair french braided by my sister for the occasion. The IV in my hand poked and prodded at my vein with each motion I tried to make. I […]Read More... 1 Comment
Every day during our training for Orientation, we are reminded that we are chosen out of the best and the brightest. We represent the best of Oswego and define what a good student is. So what am I?
I am a Jr. Public Relations major with a minor in Marketing. I’m the president of Alpha Phi […]Read More... No Comments
Actually, nobody’s ever called me “Mellow Yellow”. Quite the contrary actually…
I’m a junior Broadcasting and Mass Communication major, and I’m really interested in taking on a Journalism minor as long as that is still feasible! Last summer, I worked as a Laker Leader for New Student and Family Orientation programs. I loved the experience, and […]Read More... No Comments