Meet Our Bloggers

Caitlin Caitlin

First-year Nursing major, from Palos Verdes, California.
Details: She’s originally from New Zealand, and plans to rush during formal greek recruitment.

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Enzo Enzo

First-year open major, from São Paulo, Brazil.
Details: He like listening to and play music (plays bass) and chose Iowa because of the environment and because he wants to speak and learn in English.

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Rachel Rachel

First-year majoring in Communications with a Journalism interest from the Quad Cities in Iowa.
Details: She to make Iowa City her new home and is looking forward to meeting new people.

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Sehseh Sehseh

Sophomore Pre-Med student from Gurnee, Illinois.
Details: She is looking to get involved and develop some new hobbies at Iowa

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Derek Derek

First-year Journalism student from Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Details: He’s looking forward to exploring Iowa’s beautiful campus.

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caitlyn Caitlyn

First-year Public Health and Journalism student from Vinton, Iowa.
Details: She is passionate about music, food, learning, and adventuring in Iowa City and abroad.

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Lizbeth Lizbeth

First-year Psychology student from Sioux Center, Iowa.
Details: She wants to receive her licensed professional counseling degree and is excited about the opportunties at Iowa.

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Callie Callie

First-year majoring in English with a Secondary Education focus from Neenah, Wisconsin.
Details: Her passion for the city-of-literature goes far beyond the library. This girl’s love of coffee, people, and exploring makes Iowa City the perfect place for her to thrive. She is also a mental health advocate who uses her own story to connect with others around her.

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Ssmantha Samantha

First-year majoring in Psychology from Edina, Minnesota.
Details: She plans to take advantage of everything the University of Iowa has to offer including going through Rush, attending football and basketball games, and getting involved with the new Children’s Hospital

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