Community Committee Reflection

I somehow let this slip under my radar again this year and send my sincerest condolences.  Since I will be here for one more semester, I will complete this in the Fall.  Again, I’m sorry and do feel like I let down the LI in this post.  Slowly learning from my mistakes and getting better.

E-Board Reflection

As stated in my Centennial Nights blog post, I will be serving on an E-Board next semester for an RSO I start up with some friends.  I will update this in the near future.

Lead Team Reflection

For my senior year, I was given the chance to help the future of LAS by helping plan for Competition Day, one of the most anticipated events among the Leadership Institute.  The hype for Competition Day stems a lot from the freshman class, excited to get their mentee, but it also is much deeper than…

LEAD Team Reflection

This year I had the pleasure of planning and coordinating the LAS Grad Ball Ceremony.  This is immensely exciting for the Leadership Institute as a whole because it’s our chance to recognize some of our students for their amazing accomplishments over their college career.  It’s also one of the few instances every year that a…

Service Learning Experience

During my third year at Central Michigan University, I had two service learning experiences that I would like to talk about.  The first experience comes from when i was given the opportunity to volunteer for a music festival in Kansas City, Missouri. Over Labor Day weekend this year, I was given the opportunity to volunteer…

Getting Back Into Greek Life

After a semester fully devoted to practicing and staying involved with the cheer team, I was excited to have extra free time open up in my schedule. Since the cheer team does a minimal amount of events during the spring, it gave me an excess of free time in my schedule. Once I realized this,…

Such a CHEERful Year

I was very apprehensive to start my third year at Central Michigan University. Being involved with the CMU cheer team, while being a member of the Greek community, and having a difficult class schedule was a daunting thought. Before the semester started I took a look at my life and prioritized my goals. It was…