Meet sister of the week, Lindsay Weinberg!
Lindsay is the vice president and sisterhood chair of Sigma. She is a third year, communications major and environmental systems and society minor.
What other extra-curricular activities are you involved in outside of Sigma?
L.W. I am the president of the number one online magazine for college women, Her Campus. I am also an A+E editor for the Daily Bruin, a marketing representative for the New York Times, and a member of Hillel’s Jewish Learning Fellowship.
What are your plans after graduation?
L.W. I want to stay in L.A. and pursue journalism or work in public policy/government. I am also interested in getting a master’s.
Why did you join Sigma?
L.W. My freshman year, I got a Facebook message from one of the girls. I saw that their first rush event was a hike to the Hollywood sign, which was something I always wanted to do. All of the girls were so nice, and no one was fake. I thought Sigma would be a great way to bridge my interest in Judaism and making new friends.
What is your favorite Sigma memory?
L.W. My retreat my first year at Newport Beach was so much fun. In general, I love all of the sisterhood bonding events because I get to hang out with all of my sisters.
What is a fun fact about you?
L.W. I spent my last two summers in Paris and Japan. I was in Paris studying abroad, and in Japan I was teaching English.