There are two days left of spring break for my junior year in college! I know the remaining weeks of the semester are going to fly by (I better get that research paper finished). Thanks to some news I received this week I have a better idea of how my summer is going to go.… Continue reading Spring Break Updates
Never underestimate the power of a good desk & a solid focus playlist! I have a research paper due in six weeks, and I've been struggling to get it going for at least two. I am a writer at heart, but for whatever reason the motivation to get going on this assignment alluded me. I… Continue reading Know What Work Space is Best for Your Productivity
Chelsea witnessed an interestingly ignorant exchange on social media today and was kind enough to share it with me. I felt compelled to do a little research on this topic and explain why I think that vegan food deserts are inherently nonexistent. In the initial conversation, an Indianapolis neighborhood containing an ALDI and a Kroger… Continue reading ‘Vegan food deserts’ are not a thing
[Insert celebratory noise maker sound here] I'm officially 21 years old and no longer have to worry about whether or not I'm legally old enough to go places! Never mind the fact that I've been paying my rent for three years — I can buy a bottle of wine and that's what it means to… Continue reading I’m an adult now!
In addition to having started my campus job just over a year ago, it has also been roughly a year since I began my internship with locally-based nonprofit Indiana Futsal! What originally began as temporary internship for a sport I'd never heard of before (Oops) has flourished into a yearlong position I'm highly grateful for.… Continue reading How the Impact Awards Indirectly ‘Impacted’ Me
I recently turned down a paid opportunity with a local organization, a very bold move on my part. I had to make the decision to trust that better opportunities would present themselves in the future, a line of thought that is not typical for my realist brain. On paper, the position seemed like a great… Continue reading How your represent your organization matters
Reflecting on this semester and looking ahead to the next. As the fall semester of 2017 comes to a close in the next two weeks, I am looking forward to a few weeks off and the opportunities that next spring has in store for me. This semester has been busy, between my two jobs and… Continue reading Endings & Beginnings:
The end of summer is a bittersweet time as I look forward to fall and am forced to gear up for yet another busy semester at IUPUI. Unlike in past months, my fall semester includes seven courses and fifteen hours spent working in an office for one of my scholarship programs. I have a lot… Continue reading Back to School: I tried Zumba!
INDIANAPOLIS, AUG. 9, 2017 — The third annual occurrence of the Mayor’s International Futsal Cup, hosted by Indiana Futsal, will take place Saturday, Sept. 2 to Monday, Sept. 4 at the Indiana Statehouse, located downtown at 201 N. Capitol St. This adult futsal tournament features over 40 teams representing 32 different countries and is one… Continue reading Third Annual Mayor’s International Futsal Cup to take place at Indiana Statehouse
Each of the following links will take you to a different feature centering around IUPUI's Nina Scholars, Bowen Scholars, and Fostering Success programs. It was a great joy for me to speak with both staff and scholars involved with these programs and learn about the impact this unique form of programming has had. Fostering Success… Continue reading Transformative Education + IUPUI