*As a second semester junior, I felt like it was REALLY time to publish this* Ever heard of the sophomore slump? It refers to an instance when a second effort fails to live up to the first, that is, when your second year of college doesn't go as well as your freshman year. Sophomore year … Continue reading Conquering the Sophomore Slump
My Film Criticism professor, Ella Taylor, began our class with one piece of advice: write every day. Even if it's only for ten minutes. Even if it's no good. Even if it's disjointed sentences about that time you hitchhiked to IHOP in your pajamas at 3 AM. Not like that's ever happened, of course. Because … Continue reading Write, They Said
Let's skip the alarming fact that I'm in my junior year already and go straight to my class schedule this past semester, since it was a pretty packed one. Hope you enjoy. CTCS 403 | Studies in National and Regional Media: Refugee and Migrant Cinemas There were seven of us in this class. Seven. Makes me slightly … Continue reading Fall 2017: Breakdown of My Classes at USC
So here it is. The last day of Vlogmas. I'd been considering doing Vlogmas for the past three years, but I always concluded that not only would it take up way too much time, nobody would care enough to watch it. Well, that still holds true, as I'm still pretty much the only person who … Continue reading Vlogmas | Day 24
Possibly my favorite vlog ever. For realz.
Gingerbread cookies and vinyl records.
One word, y'all: SNOW.