How to Be a Human Being 04.18.17

The month of April was a little insane for me, to put it mildly. A really, really good kind of insane. At the beginning of the month my sorority sister Tiff, who I had never really talked to individually/outside of chapter events, made a post about wanting to see Glass Animals because they’re one of…

The Death of a Bachelor 03.26.17

I have been going out of my mind all winter quarter looking forward to this concert (mostly because this winter quarter SUCKED but that’s a different story). I must say I have to start this post off with the bad news so I can get it off my chest. I was really excited for this concert…

EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW Ø2.16.17

(cover photo is me, Chase, and Farrah @ Harbor House a 24 diner in my hometown after the show) So, do you remember way back when 7 months ago when I saw twenty one pilots and was freaking out? Well I’m mental and literally only a week after seeing it was was being my normal,…

Ghost Stories 02.13.17

Speaking of places I’ve missed this school year, god do I miss going out to North Park. In my freshman year, when Chase, Farrah, and I didn’t all have jobs we would drive out to our favorite cafes, Young Hickory and Holsem and buckle down for hours on end to get our work done. We…

Seas the Day

I think one of my favorite things about college is how accountable you are. The only one making you go to your lectures is you. You have complete and total control over your education – no parents to force you to go, no school officials requiring you to sign and provide a valid excuse for…

Steadfast

Happy 128th founders day to all my Delta Delta Delta loves!!! I can’t believe that my initiation into TriDelt is next week! This quarter is passing by so incredibly quickly and already I’ve been given so many fond memories of my sorority. I wrote before one why I decided to go Greek but this is…

Pause, Reset, Rewind

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always loved aquariums. Having one that is a part of my university always reminds me just how good a fit UCSD is for me. The Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography a tiny two-winged building tucked up on the coastal cliffs overlooking La Jolla shores. But…

So Long to a Sophomore Slump

So sophomore year has gone beyond a kickoff as I find myself already at the halfway point (Week 5?! What happened?!). I figured now would be a good, clean starting point for this year in terms of giving all of you a life update and some insight as to why for the past 5 weeks…

Summertide, Summertime

I might just be a hopeless romantic at heart but a little bit of spontaneity goes a long way in giving my memories a nostalgic wash. I find something beautiful in the idea of snapshots of my life, of true candidness, and that often the things I cherish the most are the things that I…

Skyspace

My close friend from home and high school and fellow UC San Diego Triton, Farrah’s birthday was on July 23rd. So the day before her birthday our friend Chase and I planned a surprise LA day trip for the 3 of us. We went to the Broad, saw the Infinity Mirrored Room, ate lunch at…

Emøtiønal Røadshøw Ø7.24.16

  At long last, I made it. Since buying the tickets to see twenty one pilots in San Diego (shoutout to Kimba for the thousandth time for selling me her extra tickets), I could barely believe I had gotten this opportunity. This is a huge check off my concert bucket list (twenty one pilots, Arctic…

The Happiest Place on Earth

Last Sunday, July 17th or on the park’s official 61st birthday, for the first time in 5 (6?) years I went to Disneyland again. Growing up a not-too-shabby 40 minutes from Anaheim, Disneyland trips were a part of my childhood. For me and so many of my friends who lived close, it’s funny to think…