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Christina Campo

Writer, Traveller, Linguist and Sister of Nu Sigma Pi.

Christina Campo is a graduate from the University of Ottawa with a degree in French/English Translation. She loves anything to do with communications and has a passion for languages. In her free time, she enjoys reading, watching way too much television, and doing yoga. She is also a proud alumnae of Nu Sigma Pi sorority. Founded on September 14th, 1997, Nu Sigma Pi prides itself on being a well-rounded member of the Ottawa socio-civic community dedicating its time to community involvement, academic and career achievements and charitable works.
Why Every Sorority Stereotype You Heard Is

Why Every Sorority Stereotype You Heard Is Wrong

I have often been told that I don't seem like a "typical" sorority girl and I'm never sure how to take that. Am I being applauded for not being a daft, superficial party girl straight out of <em>Animal House</em>? Obviously we go to parties (like most university and college students do), but this has never been the primary function of a sorority.
10/22/2014 01:00 EDT