Was it a little daunting?
Yes. Definitely.Was it totally worth it?
Without a doubt.
I arrived just in time for week 2 of Marketing and I had such a blast!! Andrea and I met so many amazing women and I fell in love with Loyola Chicago more and more each day. LUC's mascot, Lu Wolf, is pretty much my new best friend (if you can't tell from the pictures), we blended in with the students at Homecoming, and braved the windy weather going to and from campus. Let me tell you, walking with suitcases full of marketing materials against Chicago winds...
Best. Resistance. Workout. Ever.
As crazy as starting a colony from the ground up may sound, it is one of the most exciting experiences I've ever had. I am so honored that I had an opportunity to be a part of the legacy that I know the future Theta Mu chapter will continue in the many years to come. The day before I left, the fab women threw a little sisterhood event and made me an awesome card that is proudly displayed in my room :)
Lincoln Hall, taking a tour of Northwestern, and the big city life. I cannot wait to be back in Chicago, hopefully this January, for our Loyola Colony's Installation Banquet when they officially become Theta Mu chapter of Alpha Delta Pi