September 29, 2012

Meet the Fall 2012 Collegiate Guest Bloggers

Alexandria Hudson (Gamma Eta-North Texas)
Alexandria Hudson is a junior at The University of North Texas double majoring in technical communication and English literature. She loves writing and editing, and she is a former Dallas Morning News Student Voice columnist. She currently serves Gamma Eta chapter as the director of philanthropy. She hopes that through blogging her experiences, other women will be able to learn, grow and hopefully be inspired to be stronger Alpha Phis who learn to be more active and involved in their chapters and on campus. This semester, Alexandria will also serve as an intern for The American Literary Review (an academic journal published through the UNT creative writing department). She is very close to my family, and is an Alpha Phi legacy (her mother went to Texas Tech, Gamma Iota). She spends her free time teaching yoga, running with her dogs, playing on the club tennis team and dancing to David Bowie.

Amanda Bryant (Chi-Montana)

Amanda Bryant is a junior at the University of Montana, where she is a member of the Chi chapter. She is currently pursuing a double major in journalism and political science, and she intends to go to law school after graduating. Amanda loves all things outdoors; camping, hiking, laying around outside, you name it. She also enjoys exercising, reading, writing, going to concerts, hanging out with friends, and of course, Alpha Phi. Through her blog posts, Amanda hopes to document her Alpha Phi journey and provide you with ideas on how to make your sisterhood experience a little more memorable. She’s so happy to have been chosen as a collegiate blogger, and she’s very excited to start writing!

Atlee Mathews (Epsilon Delta-Northern Illinois)
Atlee Mathews is a senior at Northern Illinois University majoring in nursing with minors in Spanish and global studies. She is currently the vice president of marketing for Epsilon Delta. She is an avid dancer and has been coaching two competitive dance teams and teaching recreational dance for the past five years. Once she graduates, she would like to pursue her masters in nursing and become a nurse practitioner.

Lindsey Schaefer (Gamma Omicron-Drake)
Lindsey Schaefer is a senior public relations major at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. She has served on various committees within Alpha Phi, and was previously her chapter's music chair. Outside of Alpha Phi Lindsey enjoys staying busy in other social and professional organizations on campus including the Drake Choir and the Drake chapter of PRSSA, as well as working as a public relations intern. Lindsey has a passion for traveling, and has visited over 14 countries. Some of her favorite things include singing while she drives, boating, guacamole, anything beauty related and, of course, having dance parties with her Alpha Phi sisters!

  Lindsey Skaza (Delta Pi-Indiana State)
Lindsey Skaza is a senior at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Ind., where she is a member of the Delta Pi chapter. She is majoring in communications with a concentration in electronic media and interpersonal communication and a minor in music. Throughout Lindsey’s collegiate career, she has held many offices including: Panhellenic delegate, music chair and vice president of membership recruitment. She currently serves as one of Delta Pi’s directors of new member education, as well as chapter president.

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