Hey Hawkeyes! Olivia here. Lately I have been getting ~inspired~ by all of the mug recipes I have seen on Pinterest and other sites. It got me thinking about which of them I would have made when I was a living in the Res Halls! Sierra, Grace, Kelin, and I set out to make three meals in the microwave: breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Here’s how … Continue reading Food Network: Dorm Room Edition
All of us have worked with Orientation Services during our time at Iowa. Looking back, we can say with ease that it is one of the best decisions we have ever made. Here’s why you should join the team: 1. Easiest way to make (at least) 32 new best friends! All spring you attend training once a week and foster an unbreakable bond with your … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Orientation is Right for YOU!
This week, the Student Outreach Staff features The Iowa Women’s Club Rugby! We interviewed Haley Dierks, current President, to learn more about the club and how you can get involved! 1. What is the name of your org? Do you go by any nicknames or abbreviations? “University of Iowa Women’s club rugby or UIRFC.” 2 .What is the purpose or mission of your organization? “The goal … Continue reading Student Org of the Week: University of Iowa Women’s Club Rugby
Homecoming at the University of Iowa is a week long celebration that brings together students, alumni, and the Iowa City community. Homecoming Week 2017 is quickly approaching and there are SO many events to be excited about (especially the ones with FREE FOOD)! Find out everything you need to know about Homecoming Week ’17 HERE: https://homecoming.uiowa.edu/ My first Homecoming week, someone asked me to the nonexistent … Continue reading Happy Homecoming!
This week, Student Outreach Services features Hawkeye Caucus. We interviewed Abby Dockum, current President, to learn more about this student organization on campus. 1. What is the name of your organization? Do you go by any nicknames or abbreviations? Hawkeye Caucus. 2. What is the purpose/mission of your organization? Hawkeye Caucus is a non-partisan student advocacy group that connects students with state legislators to promote … Continue reading Student Org of the Week: Hawkeye Caucus
You see Java House cups everywhere… at 8pm. The Main Library is packed. Students prove that, when it comes to sleep, desperate times call for desperate measures. Your roommate is bragging about how she binge learned 3 chapters of Principles of Chemistry in one night. Everyone on campus is sporting their best Hawkeye groutfit. You have eaten pizza from Pat’s diner for the last three … Continue reading How You Know it’s Midterm Season at the University of Iowa
Alright Hawks it’s about that time, Hawkeye football is underway and we have our first night game. There is truly no environment like Kinnick stadium especially at night. To help get you in the Hawkeye Spirit a few members of the Student Outreach staff would like to share their favorite Kinnick/ football memories! A-kray: I never had a visit day at Iowa or went on … Continue reading Kinnick At Night
The Fall 2017 Career Fair is on Wednesday, September 27th from 11:00am-4:00pm at the Iowa Memorial Union (IMU) Main Lounge. A few other fairs and networking events are also happening that week! The Engineering Career Fair – Thursday, September 28 from 12:00-5:00 in the IMU Main Lounge Tippie Tech Career Fair – Tuesday, September 26 from 11:00-3:00 in the Currier Multipurpose room Networking @ Carver … Continue reading Key$ for $ucce$$ – Career Fair
Is it just me or is finals week approaching fast? This week my adventures are inspired by finals and the most important thing you need while studying… pencils. Just kidding – I’m not about to waste your time and talk about pencils. This week we’re talking food and study spaces. If you’re anything like me you spend hours in the library eating candy and drinking … Continue reading Adventures with A.Kray!
My mom took a picture of me on my first day of every grade. These were staged photos, the type families tend to be adverse to. They always included a very fake smile. That cycle would repeat and did repeat, nearly every year of my suburban public school upbringing. It was normal and expected. I hated it. However, after my parents had helped me move … Continue reading Chapter One