The Series: Introspection

I came to Oswego with high hopes and full of energetic optimism. As a transfer student I personally asked if I could be so lucky as to have the opportunity to do this student blog. Not only because as journalism major it would look good on my resume or to practice writing. Although those things mattered too. Really it was about having an unique opportunity to share with the outside world,freshman or even intending transfers like myself; who stumbled across this page hoping for a better sense of what really goes on in Oswego. To the peers that are currently with me I hoped to present a road in which to walk down memory lane or perhaps even see how far they’ve come since their own “adjustment” days.

I’m hugely critical of those who complain often or find reason to complain. So sometimes for that very reason I kept things inside. Other times it was just for lack of a way to articulate the true emotion or feeling behind what I was experiencing.

Now though is a good time though. I’ve been here a while and I’m getting the hang of things. As Terrell said when I told him  “you should be its been over 2 months”. I agree. So lets put something’s in perspective, lets put some issues on the table, and lastly lets share with everyone else what my experiences are here as a transfer. In a TBD series I’m going to get to all of those experiences ,emotions and adjustment/growing pains. This here…is the intro. So with out further ado I present: The Introspection

About the Author

Kwame Belle is a senior journalism major and arts management minor at SUNY Oswego. He is also a member of the Sigma Pi chapter of the National Communication Honor Society, Lambda Pi Eta.
Email: bellek109@gmail.com
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