Today, I visited the Tyler Art Gallery, the South one, which has a lot to do with the mixing of cultures. I was therefore able to connect most of what I saw to this class, because this class has a lot to do with assimilation, the mixing of cultures. There are many pieces of art […]Read More... No Comments
So I have gone off the edge…
Not only did I sign up for Martial Arts 2 but I also signed up for Scuba Diving for next semester.
I love this school, there are so many choices. If you have any doubts, leave them behind. It is just way too much fun.
I don’t intend to make fun […]Read More... No Comments
With the break approaching soon Its been increasingly difficult to drag myself from class to class. But there is only one more week until it begins and I can’t wait to just get a brake from class, from work and just the inescapable rut of my schedule. I need break from weekends full of […]Read More... No Comments
Today was only a half-day for Syracuse City Schools, so it was a pretty easy day. Unfortunately, I was very hungry the whole time and hadn’t brought any food to snack on, and the classrooms were uncomfortably cold. At first, I thought that maybe it was just me, but no, the first words that came […]Read More... No Comments
Well, as I have been saying, the semester is nearing an end. Tomorrow, I have a half-day of Practicum, and then, after next week, there are only two sessions of Practicum left. I can’t believe how close we are to the end; this semester has gone by so quickly, and I am not complaining about […]Read More... No Comments
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 […]Read More... No Comments
Unconditional love is what makes the world go around. Why is it that when we go through a break up, lose someone special or are faced with an obstacle we tend to feel like our whole world is falling apart? At this time we become selfish human beings that no one’s life is as hard […]Read More... 3 Comments
Its been a good week, I made it through my gauntlet of exams, papers, and work practically unscathed. I even had the time to see the Plattsburgh game. If you don’t know just how momentous the occasion is let me just say tickets sold out the first day, and the line to get in […]Read More... No Comments
When I got to Practicum today, I immediately felt a hostile element to the environment, and its source was none other than my Host Teacher. She told me that for either the first or the second block, “the state” would be coming in and that “they would not like you sitting in the back of […]Read More... No Comments
Long time No Blog! I have been pretty busy as of late with school work and other extra-curricular activities, mock interviews, job interviews, searching for grad schools, studying for tests, group projects, practicing a routine for a couple of different shows, meetings, conventions, community service, work, and countless other things.
The Life of a […]Read More... No Comments