Remember when, last year, I published a bunch of videos about my first semester at USC? It was fun, wasn't it? Yeah well I'm not doing that again. I'm also not posting another One Second a Day, because I'm a miserable failure my phone has been out of storage since June. What I can do, however, … Continue reading USC: Year Two!
Hey all, This is a real tradition now, isn't it? But yes, for the third time around, you can read all about the classes I've taken at USC this past semester! I've had some really fun ones this year, though Fall 2016 also brought about that one dreaded class I just couldn't stand, so I … Continue reading Fall 2016: Breakdown of My Classes at USC
This was it. Our last day in New York City. And once again, we wasted half of it sleeping. There was change in the air though, and by this I mean literally in the air, as it turned out to be a lot warmer than it had been the previous days. It was almost bearable. … Continue reading New York City: Day 5
I woke up to the most beautiful snowfall I had seen in years. Well, mostly because I live in California and all, but that’s a minor and insignificant detail here. People were building snowmen on our way to the subway station, Joanna was throwing snowballs at me (lol) and it was almost perfect. We headed … Continue reading New York City: Day 4
Me, the night before: “Let’s wake up early tomorrow! We should be up by 8:30.” Me at 8:30 am: “Lol jk.” Me at 9:00 am: “F#%@ this, I’m getting up. Joanna?” Joanna at 9:00 am: “Nah.” Joanna at 9:40 am: “OK, I’m ready.” Me at 9:40 am: “OK, let me finish my make-up so that … Continue reading New York City: Day 3
Remember that time I could successfully get up early in the morning? Yeah, I don’t either. But it’s okay. The plan for today was to go to the Brooklyn Bridge Park, cross the Brooklyn Bridge, head to the Statue of Liberty, then meet up with my best friend/fellow USC Silk Rebecca. Seemed like a pretty … Continue reading New York City: Day 2 (Fight On!)
Part One of my mini-series on my winter break trip to New York City, aka that time I learned that I can't read maps. Enjoy. Also, for the complete experience, I suggest you follow the links when you can! *** It was 3:00 am, our shuttle was running ten minutes late, and I was yelling … Continue reading New York City: Day 1