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Cory
Midlothian, VA
Rhetoric and Gender Studies

Interests

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

Archive
About Me
April 29, 2018
The One With The Student Symposium

nothing better than recapping research with researching friends

April 23, 2018
Concerts and Catching Up

An evening downtown at The National

April 15, 2018
Morning on the James River

finding peaceful moments in the rapids

March 28, 2018
...100km later

I walked the walk

March 5, 2018
The 100km Journey

How far were The Proclaimers willing to walk?

December 11, 2017
November 26, 2017
4 Reasons You Should Consider the Humanities Fellows Program

aka why YOU should take a crash course on what it means to be human

November 3, 2017
4 things I learned as a transfer student

Transferring: two years later

September 19, 2017
The Devil Wears Duck Boots

your guide to rainy days in downtown Richmond

September 7, 2017
6 Things I learned as a Summer Research Fellow

filling my summer with purpose

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.