About Danie


My name is Danie Roberts. I am ‘raniedoberts,’ a name I created in 2011 to use as my Twitter handle. It was a fun way for me to express myself by just switching the letters, but eventually it turned into my trademark.

I’m 21 years old and about to be a senior at Lasell College, studying Communication with a double concentration in Public Relations and Journalism and Media Writing. My home state is New Hampshire, but my heart belongs in Boston. With my degree, I want to work in the music industry as a music journalist, touring manager, or PR agent for artists. I also want to write books (I specialize in Young Adult Fiction) and be an editor, maybe even an Editor-In-Chief for a magazine.

With all these interests I have, I’ve made a jumpstart in achieving my goals. Currently, I am the Editor-in-Chief and Campus Correspondent at Her Campus Lasell. My job consists of editing and publishing articles, creating an editorial calendar, and working directly with HC to keep our chapter going strong. I also have this blog, which I started in December 2012. ‘The Story of Raniedoberts’ is my way to discuss music, college life, books, and everything in between.

I believe in mental health awareness, women’s rights, inspiring young adults, and good grammar. A cup of tea is what gets me up in the morning, and chocolate is what keeps me going all day. Rock music and dogs make me the happiest. I’m a kid at heart, and still learning how to ‘adult.’

I’m Danie, and I’m ready to change the world.


2 thoughts on “About Danie

  1. Funny to read your comments about the 80’s because most of us kids from that era totataly make fun of that music, but when I think about it there were so many hits, and I too went to so many concerts back then… well the early 90s were might concert going days I guess… But like you I still love music just as much. Life would just be too boring without it.


    1. I think it kind of goes along with current music, too! I make fun of the music that’s out now and by some of the most popular artists, even though I do listen to a lot of it. I’m not quite sure why I love 80’s music so much, but maybe it’s just because I didn’t grow up in that era. And I agree, life would be boring without music!

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