End of Semester Wrap Up

Good morning you beautiful people! It’s that time of year again…finals are coming…graduation for the seniors…summer break for the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. This semester/year has flown by. At Living SU this year, we enjoyed doing our usual tag interviews, continuing Students Who Do Cool Things, 13 Questions No One Asks, and adding two new […]

Students Who Do Cool Things: Alexander Sammartino '15

Good morning all! Today we are featuring Alexander Sammartino, a senior dual philosophy and English textual studies major and current President of M.E.S.H. (an RSO on campus who teaches middle and high students creative writing...

Students Who Do Cool Things: Alexander Sammartino '15

Good morning all! Today we are featuring Alexander Sammartino, a senior dual philosophy and English textual studies major and current President of M.E.S.H. (an RSO on campus who teaches middle and high students creative writing...

The Freshman Experience

Everyone’s freshmen experience is unique, but I believe we can all bond over a few things…whether it’s how awful your dorm was, how you became best friends with your roommate, how many hours of...

SU Spotlight: Kiera Henderson '15

Happy Wednesday everyone! Today we are featuring Kiera Henderson, a senior fashion design major from Crofton, Maryland. Fun Fact:  Kiera has always loved clothes. When she was younger, she used to try on different outfits in her room and...

Students Who Do Cool Things: Mónica Bermúdez '15 and Matt Fernandes '15

Good afternoon! Today we are chatting with Mónica Bermúdez, a dual television, radio, and film and entrepreneurship & emerging enterprises major, and Matt Fernandes, a dual English and TRF major to discuss their latest film project, American...

To-mato or not to-mato?

In preparation of Wellness Week 2015 next week, today’s post is dedicated to a healthy recipe from Andrea…read below! I have an unhealthy obsession with an ingredient that has proved to be healthier than...

SU Spotlight: Michelle Butts '15

Good afternoon everyone! Today we are featuring Michelle Butts, a senior ceramics major (with a minor in painting and psychology) from Auburn, NY. Fun Fact: Michelle has 11 tattoos! So, can you tell us a bit...

Trying Something New…

Good evening all! Today I thought I’d share a poem I wrote recently…it’s my first one, so here it goes… She’s so quiet Does she ever talk? I can’t hear her What’s wrong with...

Vulnerability: Scary but Worth the Risk

“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.” ― Brené Brown For a long time, I have noticed I do not open up easily to others and frequently struggle to be my authentic self. It...