Sydney Love

Creative Writing

Atlanta, GA

Sydney Love

Creative Writing major at Agnes Scott College '16. San Diego native. Editor in Chief of The Profile. Always in search of inspiration.


Jeni’s Ice Creams Bring the Scoop to Decatur

For weeks the sign, “Jeni’s Ice Creams,” has been shining in the place of what used to be the frozen yogurt shop, Froyolo, in Decatur Square. Well, last Thursday on November 6, The Profile was invited to cover their opening event, and we jumped at the opportunity. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams began in 2002 in Columbus, Ohio.

Why We Have A Responsibilty To Let Go Of Our Fears And Become Our Best Selves

“When the poet Jean Toomer walked through the South in the early twenties, he discovered a curious thing: black women whose spirituality was so intense, so deep, so unconscious, that they were themselves unaware of the richness they held.” – Alice Walker. We know what it’s like to have writers pull our heartstrings.

How Overcoming The Shame Of My Depression Saved My Life & Put Me On A Better Path To Success

Four days after being hospitalized, placed on suicide watch, and diagnosed with severe depression, I returned to Agnes Scott College only to pack my belongings and withdraw from school. I barely made it out of the academic advising office before I broke down and cried in my dad’s arms- I was no longer a student.

Why You Need A Business Card Even If You’re ‘Just A Student’ & How To Get Yours Now

If you’re a business professional, you have your own business cards. That’s part of Business 101. But here’s what people might not know. For those deemed as ”motivated students” and who are determined to get ahead- they have business cards too! Both the founder of Her Agenda, Rhonesha Byng, and Her Agenda event curator, Anuli Akanegbu, said that they have had business cards since high school.

Important Questions to Ask Yourself at the Beginning of Your Career

As a young woman still new to the game, it is easy to lose sight of the difference between a job and a career. Luckily, the internet can lead us to knowledgeable informants, such as writer Trent Hamm, who can bring us back to reality. Unlike your average job, Hamm reminds us, “A career is a series of connected employment opportunities, where you build up skills at earlier employment opportunities to move you into higher paying and higher prestige employment opportunities later on.”.

4 Reasons You Should Consider a Virtual Internship

As I began the long procession of searching online for internships, I had to come to terms with a disappointing fact- as a student with a hunger to gain work experience as a writer, I was living on the wrong side of the country! No matter how hard I looked, San Diego did not hold the opportunities I was looking for.

Finding My Voice: A First-Hand Account of a Voice Lost and Found

When I read the opening words to Rhonesha Byng’s article, “When The Inner Critic’s Voice Grows Louder Than Your Own,” I began reflecting on how I, myself, have come to find my voice and how significant the experience has been to me. Even though I still have a long journey ahead of me, it is rewarding to look back and see how far I have already come.

Three Major Misconceptions About Feminists

People often misunderstand who feminists actually are and what they strive for. Why aren’t more people feminists? And why are so many of them afraid to be labeled as feminists? These are some of the questions that were burning in me. Writer for feminist sites, including Ms. Magazine, Dr. Natalie Wilson, shared with Her Agenda some of her horrifying experiences as a feminist blogger.

How Making Time for Yourself Will Make You Less Stressed

As Her Agenda’s motto says, millennial women tend to constantly be on the move. However, our busy schedules can bring on a lot of stress. We get so caught up in getting things done that it is easy to lose sight of one important fact- it is necessary for us to take care of ourselves in these seasons of stress.

Meet Her Agenda’s Portland Curator: Kristen Gallagher

Her Agenda has officially launched a local event curator program. We are looking for women who are in the know, to contribute to our database of events, conferences and panels focusing on their local communities. If you are interested in joining, or learning more, fill out this form. In 2013, Kristen Gallagher graduated from Meredith College with a B.A. in Museum Studies.

Meet Her Agenda’s Chicago Event Curator: Anuli Akanegbu

Her Agenda has officially launched a local event curator program. We are looking for women who are in the know, to contribute to our database of events, conferences and panels focusing on their local communities. If you are interested in joining, or learning more, fill out this form. After graduting in 2013 from Howard University with a B.A. in Communications, Anuli Akanegbu made the courageous decision to move to Chicago and is currently working as an Assistant Account Executive at Edelman PR.

Leslie Fishlock

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that women had a strong need and desire to gain more knowledge in technology.


Sydney Love

Sydney Love is currently pursuing a major in Creative Writing and a minor in Africana Studies at Agnes Scott College. Amongst her studies, she is also a tutor and the Editor in Chief of her college's online newspaper, The Profile. Upon graduation in 2016, Sydney plans to pursue a M.S. in Publishing. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and finding fun and unique coffee shops to escape to. Email her at:



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