In Case You’ve Been Wondering, I’m Still Alive&Well & Publishing Insanely Personal Health Articles

Helllllllooooooo followers! It’s been far too long! I’ve been crazy busy, and, as usual, I want to share all of my life updates with you guys. First of all, though, I want to link you to another article I just wrote for VICE’s health vertical Tonic, one of the many awesome undertakings I’ve been engagingContinue reading “In Case You’ve Been Wondering, I’m Still Alive&Well & Publishing Insanely Personal Health Articles”

What You’ve All Been Waiting For…

It’s here, guys!!!!!!! I sat in my room today listening to Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn” and crying tears of joy. After quite the labor of love, my grad school thesis/capstone project is here. I had so much fun working on this project, even when I was stressing about getting it done on time and perfecting everyContinue reading “What You’ve All Been Waiting For…”

Chicago To See Several Talent-Backed Restaurants Opening In Coming Months

New year. New Ally Spiroff. New Chicago restaurants to get excited about. New Loyola Phoenix article I wrote about these new Chicago restaurants. Out with the old, in with the new. Fried walleye from the now closed Embeya. The couple behind the restaurant will be opening a new restaurant, HaiSous, in early spring. Courtesy ofContinue reading “Chicago To See Several Talent-Backed Restaurants Opening In Coming Months”

The Place That Saved Me On Monday Nights This Past Semester

Happy new year homies! I hope you and your families had a blessed holiday season. I forgot to make this post a while back, but I wrote an article for the Loyola Phoenix about Chicago’s Revival Food Hall. In between eight hours at my internship and three hours of night class, I would take aContinue reading “The Place That Saved Me On Monday Nights This Past Semester”

I’ve been writing…

Between class and my internship, I have been finding whatever time I have to contribute to my school’s paper, the Loyola Phoenix. Here are a couple links to what I have been writing lately. I feature a cool new music artist to check out, and, if you live in Chicago, I have wrote a round-upContinue reading “I’ve been writing…”

So, About That Marathon Debut…

I know you guys have probably all seen my post reposted on my Facebook and Twitter, but in case you didn’t see it, I wanted to post it here too. Check out the blog post I wrote on the website of the company I am interning for this semester, Kurman Communications, Inc.! The post isContinue reading “So, About That Marathon Debut…”

The South Side of Chicago Is in Good Hands

If I could pick one word to describe Chance the Rapper’s Magnificent Coloring Day at U.S. Cellular Field (333 W. 35th St.), it would have to be emotional. I think everyone at the White Sox home stadium this Saturday, Sept. 24, could safely say they yelled, laughed and cried while singing along to a lineupContinue reading “The South Side of Chicago Is in Good Hands”

In Case You’ve Been Wondering What I’ve Been Up To…

Hi friends, family, running community, followers, and other people looking at this post that don’t follow me but should 😉 , I bet you have all been wondering where I have been lately. Well, grad school is back in full swing, and between a new internship and class, I have been a busy girl. ItContinue reading “In Case You’ve Been Wondering What I’ve Been Up To…”

All Good Things Come in Pairs: Pitchfork Music Festival 2016 in Review

Over the past couple of years, the second weekend in July has quickly become one of my favorite weekends of the entire year. Why? Three words: Pitchfork. Music. Festival. Since I am living in the Midwest, I have to go to Pitchfork Music Festival every year, because it is the best music festival here. IContinue reading “All Good Things Come in Pairs: Pitchfork Music Festival 2016 in Review”

Website Data Analytics

Want to know something else pretty DOPE that I learned how to do this semester? I built an entire analytics report for the website an organization called Community Toolbox, a free, online resource partnering with the University of Kansas for people looking to to create healthier communities and bring about community change. I love gradContinue reading “Website Data Analytics”