I have to lift three times per week with the lacrosse team at 7:15 a.m. As a result, I am on campus before classes get going, and I am usually riding home right around the time that classes are finally starting.
Last week was Big/Little week in my sorority. This means that the new pledge class gets paired up with a girl from the older pledge class to be her big sister. This week is a lot of fun because you get to find out who your big sister and little sister will be. I was so excited to find out who my little was! The week of Big/Little reveal, we give our littles presents everyday to show them how much their appreciated and how happy we are that they are a member of our sorority.
So, maybe you’re under the impression that Boulder and CU are this wonderful, magical wonderland where nothing upsetting ever happens. While this is true, 99% of the time, sometimes a bad day sneaks up on you when you’re least expecting and enjoying all the magic that is CU.
International Affairs | Political Science • Colorado Springs, Colorado
This week was not super eventful for me because I woke up Tuesday morning with the flu! Being sick and away from mom is always a difficult task, but I'm feeling a lot better now. I caught up on much needed sleep, so I'm energized for the weekend ahead!
It's been awhile since my last post, but I've been extremely busy like the other bloggers as well. Aside from having midterms, I've actually spent time away from Boulder and have been preparing for the half marathon I'm running this upcoming weekend. I'll start by sharing where I've been.
Journalism and Communication • Longmont, Colorado
Imagine 100 of your friends all gathered together on a Thursday night. Imagine all of you together at a park. Imagine all of you dressed up in costumes based on a common theme. Now imagine all of you with bikes, cruising around the city of Boulder, wishing every person you pass a “Happy Thursday!” enthusiastically.
This past weekend was CU Boulder's first home game of the season against Central Arkansas! Game days are up there on my favorite days as a CU student. As I walked around The Hill to buy a new Colorado shirt for the new school year, everybody was decked out in black and gold. Families, students, and...
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