Libby Kamrowski

Libby Kamrowski is a current sophomore at Gonzaga University where she studies journalism, double-minoring in public relations and art. She is a senior staff writer and photographer for the Gonzaga Bulletin and shoots for other student publications as well as the University marketing department. When Libby is not at school, she lives in Olympia, Washington, with her family and twin sister. She enjoys DIY crafts, movies, hanging out with friends, and watching Zag basketball. Libby hopes to one day become a professional full-package journalist, writing and shooting sports or the arts.


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DIY Dorms: Getting Crafty in College

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Time to Dance: What It's Like to Attend a School Competing in March Madness

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Sport Support Strong, Team Spirit Stronger, School Love Strongest

School spirit is more than just supporting the team, wearing face paint, or waiting hours in line for a game. It's about unity and being part of something that was there before you were--and will still be there long after you more

How to Find Out What a Campus Is Really Like

Revisiting your schools of interest while they're in their dead-of-winter daily routines will reveal what they're really like under all the advertised bells and more

Going Clubbing: A Look Into Collegiate Club Sports

When you land on campus and start exploring various student activities, be sure to look into club sports. They can serve as an excellent way to make friends while staying active and enjoying a sport you more

Make a Difference at Your School This Year

Students everywhere are heading back to class. Read on for some tips on getting the most out of this school more