Mackenzie Gammons

A plate of penne pasta with red sauce

March 26, 2015

Working Off Campus

posted in Mackenzie Gammons

tagged with , ,

Going off to college is a big step in young adulthood. There‚Äôs a lot of freedom, but that freedom also comes with even greater responsibilities. As I started off my college career, I felt like even though I was doing everything that a young adult should be doing, there was one big thing missing: a […]

Kirby Hall of Civil Rights with snow on the ground before it

March 3, 2015

Let It Snow…

posted in Mackenzie Gammons

tagged with ,

The recent snowfall left Lafayette (and the surrounding areas) covered in a thick blanket of white snow. Some complained… actually many complained; it’s too cold, how will I get to class, now I can’t get food, etc. But personally, I love the snow. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a winter person. I mean I love […]

Emergen-C

February 16, 2015

Staying out of the 12%

posted in Mackenzie Gammons

tagged with ,

Last week, Bailey Health Center estimated that about 12% of Lafayette students have been diagnosed with the flu. It seems that the majority of my residence hall has some type of illness except for me. In all seriousness though, they might as well rename Kamine, Baileys because nearly every day the plague claims another victim; […]

February 9, 2015

Grand Introductions

posted in Mackenzie Gammons

tagged with , ,

Hey there and welcome to my first blog post! My name is Mackenzie Gammons and I am a first-year student from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Although I have yet to declare a major, I plan on double majoring in Economics and International Affairs with a possible minor in Spanish. Seeing as we are still in the […]