April 15, 2020

I’m usually not a big time reader, however the boredom of quarantine has finally reached its peak and I have decided to start picking up some books! Here are just a few that I’ve read lately and some places to find some good suggestions. 

  1. Tattoos on the Heart by Gre...

April 9, 2020

  • Tutor (online)

Spread knowledge! Transitioning to online classes when you are used to a different format is NOT EASY. Teacher and students alike. Pay the knowledge you were fortunate to learn and understand forward to those who may need the help. 

  • Be a great n...

March 26, 2020

Well, seeing how good ole COVID-19 has taken a bit of a toll on UGA events and things to do on campus, here are 50 things to do at home or outside!! (All with respect to social distancing ~of course~)

  1. Organize your room

  2. Take your dog for a walk

    1. If you d...

March 23, 2020

Ansley Cartwright, a sophomore Delta Zeta, reflects on what living in the sorority house meant to her. 

I work at a summer camp where we had a counsellor years ago who was from Africa. He taught the camp a chant from his hometown that the villagers would use to welcome...

March 6, 2020

Lexi Domlija shares what she has learned from volunteering with the program: Extra Special People.

What is ESP? Extra Special People “serves children and young adults with developmental disabilities and their families through year-round thrive programs, family support,...

March 1, 2020

Lauren Pike writes to the student who is trying to land their dream internship.

1. Don’t Wait     
...

February 21, 2020

With Gamma Chis recently selected and training underway, Talley Davidson, a Junior Alpha Gamma Delta, reflects on her time wearing the blue vest. 

Gamma Chi’s are the punching bags of recruitment… and I’m forever thankful for that. When I arrived on UGA’s campus as a cl...

February 17, 2020

Kate Thompson, a sophomore Phi Mu, shares how she deals with a common, but dreaded emotion among most college students: FOMO. 

            Coming into college, I was like most students—unknowledgeable about time management and priorities. Yes, in high school, I was...

February 11, 2020

Avery Hager, a sophomore Kappa Kappa Gamma, shares how she has learned to dine like a local, but on a college student budget.

Athens is home to some of the best restaurants around, however, a lot of these amazing finds come at the price. As someone who was never on the...

February 7, 2020

Katherine Edwards, a Kappa Alpha Theta at UGA, shares ways to celebrate one another on the day some love, and some care to ignore. Valentine's Day. 

"With Valentine's Day approaching next week, we have some fun ideas for your sisters to celebrate girl's day! Of course,...

Please reload

I’m usually not a big time reader, however the boredom of quarantine has finally reached its peak and I have decided to start picking up some books! H...

What To Read During Quarantine

April 15, 2020

1/10
Please reload

recent posts
Please reload

PR / T 123.456.7890 / F 123.456.7899 / info@mysite.com / © 2023 by PR.  Proudly created with Wix.com