|Louisiana Fried Chicken?|
I was second to arrive, right after Izabel. Magaly and Cynthia shortly joined us. Jenny arrived soon after wearing her bright, red dress accompanied with a huge smile on her face. She approached and gave everyone a big Ivy League hug. Her presence quickly enlightened the room, and from there on, I knew that she was the perfect chaperone for us. Her sense of humor and optimism was all that I could ever ask for and she quickly gave us a great first impression.
|It's actually Oralia's Kitchen|
Jenny was accompanied by another student, Alicia, who also attended Brown's Women and Leadership course last summer. We asked her questions about the program and activities that she did during her attendance in the program last year. She talked about the inferiority of women and how they are portrayed much differently than men in the media. According to her, there were also many group activities as well as small competitions which made the program very fun, since you get to meet loads of people. I'm so glad that Jenny brought Alicia with her, as it helped me become more prepared and excited for my summer at Brown.
Overall, this dinner was a success and one of the funnest that I've ever been in. Eating pupusas, while hanging out with some of the best girls in the world is definitely a night to remember. I recall Alicia saying that she thought that we all went to the same school. She was very surprised with the strong bond that we have as a group and I truly believe that it will get stronger later on. It's funny, I've never met half of these girls until this year, but now I feel like I've known them longer. I guess you can all us the Women and Leadership sisters at Brown. I'm looking forward for a fun summer with them.