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Olivia Huntley ’22

Hi all, I’m Olivia! Thank you for your interest in my blog. I’m from Reynoldsburg, Ohio, a suburb right outside of Columbus. I double major in politics and creative writing. My studies often focus on political theory and poetry.

I spend most of my time at Oberlin doing readings for my classes, reading for fun, and participating in community events. I am a member of Abusua, Oberlin College’s Black student union, and Zami, an affinity group for LGBTQ+ students of color. I am also a program associate with the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) for the 2021–2022 school year. Additionally, I am a playwright, poet, and essayist working towards publication and graduate school. Most days, you can find me wandering through the Allen Memorial Art Museum, studying, crocheting, cooking in my shared apartment, or embroidering. If you see me around campus or resonate with a post, feel free to say hi! I look forward to connecting with you.

My posts primarily focus on the lessons I’m learning from my Oberlin experience and the practical tips I’ve learned as a college student. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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