I’m Lydia. A twenty-two-year-old college senior who has been previously told that I think in fragments.
Currently, I am studying history and humanities at Wofford College, graduating in May 2018!
I’m a southern girl from a small town in Georgia, who moved to a small town in South Carolina to go to a small college. It may seem like I’ve built my world around the small, but I’ve got big dreams. I hope to someday change the world with my writing. Or, at least, make people laugh with it.
I am a History and Humanities double major with the dreams being an exhibit designer for museums or a writer for primetime television. But with the two degrees I’m getting, I could do pretty much anything I want after I graduate.
- extremely passionate about history and culture, especially how pop culture in the late 20th century had an effect on the adolescent culture in the present.
- an activist for gender equality and mental health awareness.
- a hardworking student at a small, private college, and a member of Active Minds, RUF, Purple Scarf Society, and College Democrats.
- a proud sister of Kappa Alpha Theta.
- a cat-loving, netflix-watching, online-shopping, social media-savvy aspiring writer.
Best known for thinking in fragments, soft smiles on snapchat, and my lack of volume control.