PSA: I'm the one on the right. Yeah, the dork in the glasses.
Hello there! My name is Caitlin Peters and I am a freshman psychology major. I hope one day to be able to work in a pediatric wing in a hospital, but let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. First thing you should know about me is who I am today:
I am a daughter of very loving parents and a younger sibling to my two older sisters. I was raised in a Christian household with fairly strict rules. This gave me a debatably strong work ethic and a strong set of morals. Thanks to my parents and peers, I was motivated to come to college and get a higher education. Being at Clemson wasn't my first choice, but now that I'm here, I wouldn't trade this for the world.
Cheering on our Tigs at the Louisville game!
My friends and family are a huge part of my life. I love people, and I love meeting new people. Coming to college was a pretty easy transition. I let my extroversion run wild for a few weeks while I tried out different clubs and organizations. This eventually landed me in Clemson Wesley - a church group on campus - where I found my home. This semester I am also joining APO, a service fraternity on campus. Through these outlets I hope to help as many people as possible and make some great connections.
Loving people is my mantra and making people laugh is my lifeline. I love sarcasm and sass ( I often joke that sass is my love language), and I have this zeal for life and everything it has to offer. I am a go-getter who loves adventuring and seeing new places. I just hope I can keep up with my schoolwork and build a great life for myself.
Just a trip up to the mountains one afternoon ft. the greatest shoes ever: Chacos.
Overall, I'm a pretty boring person who just wants to make herself more interesting. Filling my days with ukulele playing and Netflix, I've found that being interesting is overrated. I like the simple life and everything in it. I hope one day to fulfill my dreams and make my parents proud, but for now? I'll stick with living in the moment and making the most of my college career.