About Me

Hello! My name is Kristie, and I am a very recent graduate from Bryn Mawr College. I majored in History and minored in Political Science.

Originally from Connecticut, I moved all the way to South Korea with my family during middle school and ended up finishing my secondary education at an international school in Seoul. I love to travel, try new foods and play soccer and volleyball. I made my way back to the States after being admitted to Bryn Mawr, and spent four amazing years gaining a liberal arts education while meeting new friends and interesting professors along the way.

As one chapter ends, another is written – I am beginning my post-graduate adventure in Los Angeles, California. Join me as I write about my experiences as a Bryn Mawr graduate, ranging from the daily grind to life milestones. These are my random thoughts… wish me luck!

 

7 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Susannah Carr

    Hi Kristie! I too have a bit of an adjustment to make at Bryn Mawr this year, and am also a sophomore. It’s a crazy coincidence that I’ve actually started a blog to document my experiences as well, as I am the only married Bryn Mawr undergrad ever. I re-enrolled this year after a three year hiatus, so I’m also 22 years old and was a freshman in 2008. I’m excited/nervous to discover how I’ll adjust to being back at Bryn Mawr (and how my classmates will adjust to me!). I look forward to reading your blog and if you’re interested, I’m blogging at http://www.themarriedmawrtyr.blogspot.com. I look forward to meeting you tonight at the class assembly! -Susannah

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    1. kyoh Post author

      Hi Susannah!
      first off, it’s great to hear that you’re back at Bryn Mawr. I think it’s great that even after three years, you still have the passion and will to continue back at Bryn Mawr! Although we are at different places in certain parts of our lives, it’s great to hear from you, and know that you are also in a bit of a transition stage as well. I hope your first two days have been great – it’s always exciting to start off a new year – i can’t imagine how nerve-wracking it is to come back! However, the great thing about Mawr is that everyone is literally rooting for you to succeed – so i have no doubt that even after three years, you’ll feel at home in no time! Thank you for providing a link to your blog – I would love to read it some time. Hopefully, since we are such a tight-knit campus, I will be running into you soon! c:

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  2. Avni

    Thanks for sharing this great Post. Kristy you looking very nice in this image. you are doing very good work as social Media specialist at Bryn Mawr. I really appreciate this blog. keep posting.

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  3. richard kim

    Hey Kristie! love your blog. I’m a TCK too and I can relate to a lot of what your saying. I used to play the violin too!

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  4. Kriti

    Kristie has interested in law and communication. Her favorite language is English but she can`t speak fluently Korean and now have been learning Spanish very well. She living in Seoul, south Korean from the past seven years . She living her life in full of enjoy . She also like to play volleyball, soccer and she can play violin . Keep it up Kristie.

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