The Voice, 19th Birthday, The Museum of Ice Cream, & The Weeknd

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      Hi everyone! The past few weeks (or month, really) of school have been quite the whirlwind. Aside from finishing up classes and tackling the most stressful finals week, I did quite a bit of adventuring in order to destress a bit. In classic LA fashion, my friends Delaney, Laura, and I snagged tickets to see The Voice live! We were in the pit area of the filming and talked to Alicia Keys and saw all of the judges-- it was safe to say I was starstruck. The entire semester, I only missed one class and it was for this once in a lifetime opportunity to live out my The Voice super fan dream. The following week, my friends and I attended the grand-opening of The Museum of Ice-Cream where we indulged in black cookie dough "ice-cream", swam in a pool of sprinkles, and swung on a banana swing. I left more than full but was naturally able to consume some more ice-cream from Salt & Straw within an hour. #nice The next weekend, I celebrated my 19th birthday a little early (aka before the finals madness) with a brunch with my closest friends at USC. We went to Ivory on Sunset, which was situated on a beautiful rooftop with a pool, aesthetically pleasing decor, and some yummy food to match. The next on my list of things to catch you all up on is The Weeknd concert! My friend Dani and I saw The Weeknd live at The Forum in Inglewood-- our seats were pretty good alone, but The Weeknd was primarily on the walkway so our seats were essentially front row. It's safe to say that I can't listen to The Weeknd anymore because nothing beats seeing him live and up close. 

     I think I covered just about everything new and exciting that I've done recently. Otherwise, I've been holed up in the library approaching delirium while studying for finals. To my dismay, I start summer classes next week and will be working all summer out in LA. Here's to a summer of learning about foreign policy, dance as an art form, and hitting the grind! xx Isabelle 

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