Dear readers,

Whether you came across this blog by choice or by accident, we thank you for reading. Before we get started, I’d like you all to know this: Our aim isn’t too be funny, nor to be serious, but, nonetheless, there will be a fine mixture of both humor and sincerity within the lines of each of our posts. We don’t consider ourselves to be expert writers, nor do we consider ourselves experts at life. Please keep this in mind if you choose to read further.

You may be wondering what our blog will focus on, but don’t worry about that now- we’ll get to that later. All you need to know, for this moment at least, is that the events portrayed within these pages are entirely nonfiction. We won’t exaggerate nor will we embellish to enhance the lives of those involved. We think you will find that reality makes for the most interesting of stories.

Through narratives, posts, and photos, you will get to know a group of girls from a large American University. Don’t try to guess which school, though, because we will reveal nothing about the whereabouts or identities of this group. Throughout our posts we will refer to the school simply as The University (or TU for short). There are five main characters that will make an appearance on our page, and together they join to form a bond much deeper than friendship. Together, they form a sisterhood. Though they’ve only become close within the past year, these girls have shared memories and experiences that unite them together for life.

In the following posts you will get a glimpse into the lives of these privileged individuals, privileged because they had the fortune to find one another. You will hear nearly every detail of their college experiences, from hook-ups to blackouts, drama and, yes, even schoolwork. We will also have posts pertaining to the interests of these girls, interests that they more than likely share with each of you. Fashion, sports, and traveling are just a few examples. For those who have yet to pursue a college education, this blog may serve as your official guide as to what to expect out of “The Best Four Years of Your Life.”

In order to protect the identities of these five girls, we will change all names and use ambiguous locations. Yet, despite our anonymity, we think you will be satisfied with what we have to say.

Now it’s time to meet our girls:

What they have in common: They are all beautiful. They are all popular on campus. They all know what they want, and they all know how to get it. But this is where the similarities end.

Rachel- Rachel is a science major from the east coast, whose passions range greatly from reading to wakeboarding to shopping to traveling. She is a redhead, and damn proud of it, yet beneath her confident exterior there exists deep insecurities. Rachel is not your typical collegiate, as she abstains from drinking or drugs of any kind, but regardless, you will see her out at bars nearly every weekend with the rest of this group.

Alana- Alana is gorgeous but doesn’t know it, though she could easily get any guy she sets her sights on. That is, when she’s behaving herself. Alana is often ridiculed for her party-girl ways, but despite her frequent state of intoxication she manages to maintain a 4.0 GPA each semester.

Julia- Julia is from the west coast, but speaks with a southern drawl that even her own parents can’t place. Julia is petite, outgoing, and rambunctious, and though there is no leader to this group, Julia often makes the decisions regarding when and where their adventures will take place.

Scarlett- Scarlett is also a science major, though unlike Rachel, she hails from the Southeast. Scarlett is somewhat of a mother figure to the group, offering advice and guidance when needed and even chauffeuring the girls around town. Scarlett’s sense of humor and lively personality leaves people hanging on her every word. It’s safe to say that, of the five girls, Scarlett is the most likable.

Marissa- Marissa’s best trait is that she stands up for what she believes in. If someone gets in her way she will confront them without hesitation. The same holds true if anyone were to start drama with Scarlett, Alana, Julia, or Rachel. Out of all the girls, Marissa has the most experience with the opposite sex. She has also been known to forget that there is an academic aspect to college, choosing partying over homework and studying most nights.

To simplify and eliminate confusion, when referencing the group as a whole we will refer to the girls as “The Five.” Though lacking in creativity, the label is easy to remember and easy to follow.

Oh, and we seem to have forgotten one little detail. The Five are all members of an established national sorority. While we will not reveal which Greek organization the girls belong to, we will tell you this: their experiences in greek life are far more scandalous than you can ever imagine.

Now readers, it’s time to finish up with the introductions and get on with our posting. But we’d like to leave you with one final thought- a promise of sorts.

Through these girls, you will experience college like you have never experienced it before.

*all names have been changed in order to protect the subjects’ identities 


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