Take 10: Author Indigo Klabanoff dishes on sorority, navigating college life

ST. GEORGE — Indigo Klabanoff is a St. George resident and Dixie State University alumna who made waves with the school’s administration while creating a women’s association (read: sorority) as a senior and attempting to register it as a school club under the name of Phi Beta Pi.

Author Indigo Klabanoff graces the cover of her book "Every Girl's Guide to College: What I Wish I Knew," date and location not specified | Photo courtesy of Indigo Klabanoff, St. George News
Author Indigo Klabanoff graces the cover of her book “Every Girl’s Guide to College: What I Wish I Knew” | Photo courtesy of Indigo Klabanoff, St. George News

Klabanoff has since graduated and written a book entitled “Every Girl’s Guide to College: What I Wish I Knew.”

In the book, Klabanoff talks candidly about her college experience doling out advice, personal anecdotes, wit and charm while broaching the often touchy subjects of sex, alcohol, finances and academics.

The book is a quick and easy read that is chock full of practical tips for college success.

In this episode of “Take 10” Klabanoff sits down in the St. George News Studio to discuss her new book and how she hopes to help young college girls have the best experience possible (hint: call your mom).

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