Madeline Frisk

Oregon State University Alumni

Location icon United States of America

Madeline is a recent graduate of Oregon State University where she received a Bachelors of Science in Merchandising Management with a writing minor. During her time in college she wrote for Her Campus at OR State, The Odyssey Oregon State chapter, Sorority Lyfe, The Corvallis Review, and Sorority Girl Thoughts.

Portfolio
Odyssey
10/05/2015
7 Reasons I Chose Chi Theta Phi

I wrote for the Odyssey from Fall 2015-Winter 2016 and this is one of my favorite pieces that I wrote about my experience within Chi Theta Phi, a local social sorority at Oregon State University with a focus on design and creativity.

Her Campus
09/01/2014
OR State

Her Campus is the #1 new-media brand for the empowered college woman. Written entirely by the world's top college journalists – with 10,000+ contributors and counting – HerCampus.com features national Style, Beauty, Health, Love, Life, Career, Entertainment, News, DIY, LGBTQ+, High School, and After College content supplemented by local content from 340+ campus chapters nationwide and in ten countries. In addition, Her Campus offers an email newsletter, The InfluenceHer Collective, Her...

Corvallisreview
04/15/2017
The Corvallis Review

Feature writing by Oregon State University students and faculty; edited by Tom Strini. During my WR 449: Critical Reviewing class I acted as both writer and editor during alternating weeks for reviews. This was during my spring 2017 term from April-June.

Sororitygirlthoughts
06/01/2015
Sorority Girl Thoughts

I wrote for Sorority Girl Thoughts, an online blog, from June-August 2015. I wrote about various sorority products as well as my own experience in sorority life and managed the Tumblr for the blog as well.

Sorority Lyfe
09/29/2016
Madeline Frisk, Author at Sorority Lyfe

I wrote for Sorority Lyfe, an online publication, from September 2015-February 2016 and wrote 25 pieces for them ranging from talking about fraternity and sorority councils, to my own chapter experiences and even profile pieces on individual chapters such as Gamma Gamma Chi, the first Islamic based sorority.