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Andrea's main career path is in acting, so she did what any level-headed actor does: went to college to study music. She wanted a degree, and since she has been playing the piano since she was five, she figured that music was a no-brainer. However, in her most recent semester, she booked a national tour of a musical and was forced to drop out since she would be traveling out of the state, and sometimes even out of the country, for at least six months. She did not go back to school because, a few months after she got back home, she booked a second national tour. After she once again arrived back home, she decided to not go back to college and to instead pursue her career in the entertainment industry full-time.
Andrea wrote an article that was featured both on wordsbetweencoasts.com and readunwritten.com about what it's like to be a college dropout. She describes how dropping out of college benefitted her instead of hindering her, as everyone in her life told her it would if she didn't have a college degree.
Andrea was asked to write a spooky article in honor of Halloween. She chose to write about the history of ghost lights, a common superstition in the theatre world.
Andrea was asked to write what happiness meant to her, so she felt passionate about explaining what it's like to accept the bad things in life in order to make room for the good.