Her Campus Logo Her Campus Logo

7 Quotes From Campus Cuties to Remind You Why We All Love Chatham

 

During Finals Week it’s easy to only see the bad parts of Chatham. It seems like a menacing bad guy who wants you to fail. But it isn’t true! Here are some quotes from our Campus Cuties to remind you about the magic of Chatham.

 

The Question:

What’s surprised you most about Chatham so far?  

 

The Responses:

 

Marisa Rosner:

“I have been very surprised with the encouraging and inspiring environment. This place is special and the people that end up here are special. This campus is unlike any other.”

 

Ashe Nicholson:

“How beautiful the campus is! I mean when I first arrived it was lovely, but it seems to grow more and more wondrous each year.”

 

Grace Wargo:

“How involved and caring the staff are. I really noticed this when I went on Dr. McGreevy’s Wilderness Expedition, I was never asked to ‘talk about my feelings,’ more in my life till then!”

 

Phoebe Armstrong:

“Chatham is full of surprises. I think I was most surprised to realize that choosing a women’s college was one of the most impactful decisions I will ever make in my life. This is a community that gave me the confidence and knowledge I needed to be world ready.” 

 

Jorj Smith:

“I do not have enough room in my heart for all the talented and amazing people here. I feel like a mom about my babies growing up. I am so proud of us.”

 

Melanie Landsittel:

“Even though it’s a very small campus, there is just absolutely always something to get involved in, and everyone is so beautifully inclusive. It’s very special in that way.”

 

Abby Beckwith:

“I’m genuinely surprised how much I grew here. I came out of my shell, I learned about the world, I became a feminist, I learned what I am starting to want for my future.”

 

 

 

Indigo Baloch is the HC Chatham Campus Correspondent. She is a junior at Chatham University double majoring in Creative Writing and Journalism and double minoring Graphic Design and an Asian Studies Certificate. Indigo is a writer and Editorial Assistant at Maniac Magazine and occasionally does book reviews for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She is also the Public Relations Director for The Mr. Roboto Project (a music venue in Pittsburgh) and creates their monthly newsletter. During her freshman and sophomore year, Indigo was the Editor-in-Chief of Chatham's student driven newsprint: Communique. Currently, on campus, Indigo is the Communications Coordinator for Minor Bird (Chatham's literary magazine), the Public Relations Director for Chatham's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, and a Staff Writer and Columnist for Communique. She has worked as a Fashion Editorial Intern for WHIRL Magazine, and has been a featured reader at Chatham's Undergraduate Reading Series and a featured writer in Minor Bird. She loves art, music, film, theater, writing, and traveling.
Similar Reads👯‍♀️