Yesterday was the last official day of classes. Congrats you guys, we did it! Well, we’ve almost done it. Because yes, there are free breakfasts and therapy dogs, popsicles and bowling—tried and true signs of another term...terminating. (Sorry, that was too good to pass up.) These wonderful fun FREE things do little to disguise the … Continue reading Happy Finals Week!
Do you ever get so completely thrown off by something because you expected it to be one way but it really turned out to be completely different? Like, when you see a really scrumptious-looking dessert that you imagine to taste one way but ends up being a totally different flavor? That's how Table 19 was … Continue reading Table 19 Movie Review
Hello again! I thought that I'd end yet another infamous and periodic bit of radio silence with a post about an adventure I went on back in—what was it now, January? Man that was so long ago now. Anyway, a while ago I went to Cabbagetown with the lovely ladies I am going to be sharing … Continue reading Food, Friends, Art, and Coffee
On Saturday, January 28th, I met Christine (affectionately called "Stank" since some time around tenth grade) in West Midtown for our very favorite meal of the day. Our favorite because it's Leslie Knope's favorite, mostly, but also because it's dang delicious. We ate brunch at West Egg, which I had never been to before. We … Continue reading The Adventures of Lauren & Stank
On Saturday morning, I woke up to lightning streaking across the sky and rain pelting my dorm room window. It was early, around eight or so, and I wasn't exactly sure why I couldn't sleep through such dreary weather as usual other than the fact, I quickly remembered, that it was a Very Important Day. … Continue reading The Women’s March
Hey bros! (Brothers? Bretheren?) It has been several months now, but Georgia Tech's annual homecoming was an absolute blast. I am a homecoming-kind of gal. I love it. I love the events, the game, the competitions… I wanted to take part in the Homecoming festivities, because Homecoming at my high school was HUGE and I loved … Continue reading Homecoming, Man!
"Lobbying is about foresight, about anticipating your opponent’s moves, and devising counter measures. The winner walks one step ahead of the opposition. It’s about making sure you surprise them, and they don’t surprise you." Miss Sloane, in theaters Friday, sure did surprise me. I had high expectations when I went to the screening, having seen … Continue reading Miss Sloane Movie Review