HEY Y’ALL!! My name is Julianne Six and I am so excited to be a SENIOR this year! I have two of the most incredible littles ever! Their names are Zach Jones...
...and Katie Aquilone (she’s the one in the hat……oh wait, she’s the one on the left!)
I love them both so much! I’m so blessed to have them in my life, and to share my last year with them and the rest of my lovely, always photogenic sisters here in Iota! Keep on keepin' on!
Hey guys :) my name is Kristyn and I’m currently the Iota President! YAY! Lots of exciting things have been happening to me lately (like, oh, I dunno, being elected President) and I figured I might as well share them on the blog! Warning: I like pictures :)
Over the summer, my super awesome, amazing, British grandmother decided to take me to South Africa to show me where she grew up! It was probably the most amazing two weeks of my life, and I would do anything to go back. We went to many different places in South Africa-Johannesburg, Pretoria (the capital), Durban, a National Park where we went on multiple game drives, Umhlanga, Umhloti, Cape Town and more! So, here are some pictures!
Because this picture is fitting and we all know why.
Okay! So that was South Africa. It was awesome, and I really hope I can make it back one day.
In other news, many of you know I got a puppy in the Spring! His name is Maximus and he is a dachschund. I love him with all of my heart and he is the best little weenie ever. Enjoy some pictures of his cuteness :)
And cue some other random pictures because you were warned.
And I’ll just casually leave off here with this piece of magic.
Hi, my name is Jessica Hadish and I am so excited to be spending my last semester at Baylor with the Golden Wave Band! I am a member of the Color Guard and we are 20 strong this year which is huge for us. I have been so blessed to be a part of Tau Beta Sigma and had the opportunity to meet these beautiful souls. Here are some snippets from the past few games since football has taken over our lives these past few weeks.
Picture 1: Me and some of my wonderful sisters doing service after pre-game! Obviously the team did something amazing!
Picture 2: Here is the beautiful color guard and the wonderful alumni members who came to spin with us!
Hey everyone, it’s Nicky!
Since the semester has just started I hope I can get away with telling you a little bit about my summer as well! After watching my little brother Josh graduate from high school (HE’S AT BAYLOR NOW, TOO) I headed back to Waco to meet up with some fellow geology majors for field camp 2014. Baylor field camp is a five and a half week course (I got REALLY good at putting up/taking down my tent) where students learn how to make geologic maps and stratigraphic sections and everything we’d previously learned in our other classes was put to the test. The professors and graduate students leading us also taught us some handy dandy tricks to use when working in the field. Even though it was a class so we were turning in assignments and being tested on what we learned, I had a lot of fun seeing some really cool, beautiful geology and learning about the geologic history of our country.
Here are just a few pictures from our trip this summer:
Five and a half weeks, nine (chicka chickaw!) states, and countless campfires later I returned to Waco in the same lovely (but much smellier) Baylor Geology van I left in with new friends and memories I’ll always cherish. I’m so thankful for the experience. Touring the country looking at rocks with my friends? A dream come true! Now back to the reality of classes, my honors thesis, and finishing my posters for the Geological Society of America meeting in Vancouver this October. More gneiss adventures coming soon—it’s my senior year so I’ll take nothing for granite! ;) ;)