Alina Jablonski is a sophomore at the University of Kentucky double majoring in Art Studio and Arts Administration with a minor in Anthropology. It is a combination that she hopes will culminate in acceptance to a master’s program in Curatorial Studies. At the University of Kentucky she is highly involved in two clubs, two jobs, and recently became a charter member of Gamma Phi Beta. The clubs she dedicates time to are the Snowcats, the skiing and snowboarding club, and Camp Kesem, in which a group of students plan and run a one-week summer camp for kids who are dealing or have dealt with their parents having cancer. Last summer, Alina was a counselor at this camp, and this semester she was chosen as a development coordinator. This is her second year as a member in the Creative Arts Living Learning Program and first as a peer mentor. Of all her experiences at University of Kentucky, she credits the Creative Arts LLP as having the largest affect. Being surrounded by like-minded peers, she automatically had a way to create natural, strong friendships when she moved to Kentucky from Georgia.