RA Life

Buckle up for the whirlwind that is the life of a Resident Assistant. On June 16, I was hired by our South Campus Assistant Director, Abbas Hill, I couldn't believe it! My excitement grew into nervousness because I was hired as a free agent, mid summer, I didn't know anyone until I got here. I spent …

Skills

Personally, this could be one of the hardest things I post. A lot of the things I do or can do I don't see as skills, even when others compliment me on them. So, I'm just going to list a few and come back to expand on this later. Empathy Hospitality Management Event Coordinating Organization …

L.E.A.D Letter

For my L.A.S. protocol we have to participated on a LEAD Team for the Leadership Institute. The lead team I was placed on was L.E.A.D. Letter, a newsletter targeted to highlight the activities, tasks, or accomplishments of the L.I. this past year. While not extremely excited to be placed on this LEAD team at first, I …

Leadership Philosophy

Recently, I’ve really struggled with discovering my leadership philosophy. I have come to the realization I do not have one. Whether its because I'm not developed enough as a leader, or I'm not sure I believe in them, I can't name one. However, what I can tell you is my leadership style. Internally I have …

Involvements

Currently I am involved in a variety of things across campus. I recently finished two intramural volleyball leagues. One co-rec and one all women's league. This experience not only helped me continue to stay active and make healthier choices; but also gave me new friendships. Our teams learned to share, communicate, and effectively deal with a …

COM 267L

COM 267L: The Introduction to Debate was taught by Dr. Corey Hillman. This class was targeted to teach us and help us understand the art of argumentation. For this class I had a wonderful debate partner, Katie House. We were a great match of methodical, emotional, critical, and joking. Where I was fired up and …