Lindsay de Gastyne

Lindsay was born and primarily raised in the New River Valley. She recently graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Sociology and concentrations in Social Inequality & Technical Writing.

She is passionate about reaching the world with the gospel through writing and serving the body of Christ through helping out wherever she can, starting with the Blacksburg community. She is currently involved in planning and coordinating with Northstar's intern program and college ministry, and is looking forward to whatever God has in her next stage of life.

During the week you can find her spending as much time outside as possible, listening to music way too loudly in her convertible, engaging in friendly competition, indulging her huge sweet tooth, and meeting new people.

Lindsay is the Intern on the staff at Northstar. Visit our leadership page to get to know the rest of the team.

Posts by Lindsay de Gastyne

Connect Christmas Party Recap

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Northstar Connect’s Christmas party was an absolute blast!! College students took a break from studying for finals and came out for yummy snacks and holiday treats, a fun time of fellowship, a gingerbread house making contest with social media as judges and gift cards for prizes, and hilarious games like Speak Out! Check out some of the photos of the …

Connect: Welcome Week in Review

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Northstar CONNECT Ministry had a terrific week welcoming back college students returning from summer vacation to Virginia Tech, Radford University, and New River Community College. Between bubble soccer on Tuesday, a bonfire on Saturday, and the welcome reception on Sunday, Connect members and leaders were able to reach out to a wide number of freshmen and students hearing of Northstar …

To Freshman Me, From Senior Me

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Dear Freshman Me (and all you other Freshies), Tip #1: College is hard. And fun. And exhausting. And great. Tip #2: College will be less fun and great if you don’t ask for help. Tip #3: College will be less hard and exhausting if you do ask for help. In the 1,082 days since my first week at Virginia Tech …