I was always afraid of the concept of dating for many reasons. First and foremost, with my double major and heavy campus involvement, I’m a busy person who has no time to go out looking for a person to date. And then of course there’s the perpetually lingering fear of making sure that when I… Continue reading Dating?? With THESE Allergies?!?!
Happy November! I’ve had such an overwhelming semester that it took until Thanksgiving break for me to come up with time to write for the blog. This semester, I’m living in an off-campus apartment with four of my friends, which has brought all kinds of new life experiences. After successfully living there for five months,… Continue reading Thankful for my Caring Roommates
The best way to study another culture is to live in it. But if you can’t travel, meeting people of a new culture through their food is the next best thing. The University of Delaware has a weird schedule where the month of January and a bit of February turn into an optional 5-week Winter… Continue reading Grade A Dining Experience
Another November, another wonderful FARE Summit! Last weekend, I had the opportunity to return to FARE’s annual conference to speak about going to college with food allergies. This year, two more college students (Aly and Caroline) joined our panel in addition to Allison and Anna, who spoke with me last year. Together, we formed a… Continue reading Conference A-FAREs
This summer, the students of the University of Delaware received a very exciting email: UD Dining was to be rebooted over the summer with help from our student surveys. Some of the changes we learned about earlier in the summer due to the change in meal plan options that we would have to pay for.… Continue reading Dining Hall Do-Over