The social aspects of being an EEE, such as the mixers, cute T-shirts, and weekend outings, are fun and good reasons to be interested
in joining a social club. However, there is much more to being a part of the EEE women’s social club than what meets the eye. I have
learned over the past semester that the most rewarding part of being an EEE is the special bond that I get to make with 77 other that we
do. When I wear my letters every Wednesday, I am reminded that I represent a body of Christ.
Randy Pausch, author of The Last Lecture, said “When we’re connected to others, we become better people.” I believe that God desires
us to be relational, so being a part of a group of believers who share common spiritual interests and goals will help me to expand my
spiritual worldview by being associated with so many different personalities and backgrounds. Even though we have differences, we
have Christ in common. I am so excited to watch how the new connections and relationships that I have made and will make as an EEE
will blossom over the next few years into lifetime friendships.
-- Taylor Standford PC '10
|What Being an EEE Means to Me.