It is that time of the year when perhaps one of the most bittersweet times of the year takes place: the end of the spring semester. There is always, at least for me- the anxiety to see my family in Virginia, to start the summer, but yet the slight sadness of being away from the [...]
As promised on one of my most recent entries, here’s finally a blog about Orange and White Ball, the unveiling of the Barbara Jordan statue, and although I didn’t promise it, a re-cap from my Sugarland concert outing.
Last week, at the Student Services Building, after interviewing a candidate for the adviser position with the UT Leadership and Ethics Institute…
I can’t find better words to describe last week but it being a week of recognitions, awards and celebrations.
After the weekend ended, I got ready for our LEAP closing event: LEAP Graduation, on Tuesday.
It is no surprise that as soon as Sunday comes around we are already looking forward to the weekend. Or well, maybe if not Sunday definitely by the middle of the week.
I was planning on submitting this entry soon after we came back from Spring Break, but now I am looking back and it has almost been two weeks since we got back to campus and needless to say, after one restful week with my aunt, uncle, and cousins in The Woodlands, school picked up incredibly [...]
I know that this is long overdue, but I still wanted to share this experience!
After two weeks of campaigning, two weeks of carrying a table across campus, waking up earlier than usual, and wearing the same shirt for days and days in a row (trust me, the last three days was BAD, wearing a white T-shirt for three days in a row really isn’t a good idea, but it [...]
To be quite honest if we were to go back two years ago to my first year at UT when I had the opportunity to vote during Student Government Elections for the first time - I was completely apathetic.