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Cory
Midlothian, VA
Rhetoric and Communication
Women and Gender Studies

Interests

Saturday Night Live, Existentialism, Political theory, McSweeney's, Beyonce, & The New Yorker

Archive
About Me
March 19, 2017
take me home, country roads

the road home to Richmond

March 14, 2017
Almost heaven, West Virginia

the journey to an alternative spring break

February 26, 2017
I forgot how to spell my name.

reflections of a tired college student on a social justice retreat

February 22, 2017
My Day as a Lobster

insights into crustacean life

February 13, 2017
we accept the brunch we think we deserve

finding inner truth in Shockoe Bottom

February 8, 2017
Spiders and the City

And in the middle of consuming my red pepper gouda soup, it hit me that I too was being consumed. Consumed by my love for Richmond.

January 15, 2017
And we're back!

...and I realize that's a cliche title!

December 12, 2016
Hello, darkness my old friend!

finals week, featuring stress acne!

December 5, 2016
The Sisterhood of the Transfer Toddlers

Part 2: You're here. Now what?

November 30, 2016
You, me, and the end of the semester.

a revisit to library hermit aesthetic, etc

Hey Spiders! My name is Cory, and I’m a sophomore and transfer student. I’m a double major in Rhetoric and Communication and Women, Gender, and Sexuaity Studies. My goal in life is to one day work at Olivia Pope & Associates, or at least work in crisis management or public relations. I grew up between Florida, Colorado, and Virginia, and similar to Cady Heron in Mean Girls, I was homeschooled. I love traveling, shopping at Target, spending time with my cat (named Soren Kittegaard), attempting to keep up with the Kardashians, reading Albert Camus, and hanging out with friends. Keep an eye out for some posts specifically about the transfer life! Sneak peek: so far it’s been fantastic.


Why UR?

I didn’t really get connected to University of Richmond until I was a freshman in college. I met some amazing alumni and visited the campus and honestly fell in love with everything about Richmond. Michael Scott once said in The Office, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take - Wayne Gretzky,” and I knew that I had to take a shot and apply as a transfer student. I’m thrilled to be a Spider, to be at a university that feels like home, and to conquer my arachnophobia for once and for all.