I don’t often write these kind of basic, “snippet of my life” posts but I’m feeling kind of inspired to do so today so why not. The following are Youtube links to the five hottest songs on the Monzón Billboard 100.
During the month of April, I spent a lot of time with these two girls: Catleya Sornmyura, an event planner at the Biltmore Hotel and an acquaintance of mine from high school, and her best friend Sasha Bruno, a herbal pharmacist and up-and-coming entrepreneur of paleo muffins.
This is their story: a feel-good documentary about the power of friendship and how two completely different personalities have found solace in each other’s company.
A few weeks ago, I hung out with budding DJ and big-time Wale fan and friend, DJ Luna, also known as Mikaela Sorina. I asked her a few questions and hung out with her at “The Art of Finessing” event at Footsoldiers Wynwood as she disc jockeyed for the first time. Here’s what I learned and saw.
Though some may write them off as obsolete, HD-capable MiniDV camcorders can actually be of great value to the amateur Youtuber and videographer.
Ah, here we are again. The end of semester #2 in college. This semester has been quite an interesting and busy one, what with 20 credits and all. Though my GPA did take a hit this semester (down to 3.80), this semester has officially knocked the socks off last fall. My work for The Reporter has progressed quickly, from being afforded the opportunity to write a last-minute summary of an upcoming lecture series (Radio Reporter Kenny Malone To Visit Wolfson Campus As Part of The MDC Journalism Speaker Series) to interviewing college officials (Bashford Tapped As InterAmerican Campus President) and even profiling the Wolfson Campus’ high-caliber Café (Campus Café Serves Stylish Sustenance).
I’m actually in the newsroom as I write this!
Beyond that, the two courses I learned a lot from this semester have truly left an impression on me: Intro to C++ Programming and Fundamentals of Music Theory. It was cool to try my hand at subjects that I’d never really involved myself in before, thereby challenging the feeling I often get after a school year or a semester passes: what did I learn that was really new?
The semester also reinforced my idea that college is supposed to be a – amongst other things – a breeding ground for new experiences that will take me out of my comfort zone. I’m already used to classes where the norm is to listen to a lecture, engage in philosophical discussion and then write an essay about it all; therefore, it was a change of pace to engage in courses with a larger emphasis on hands-on activities, such as the labs in C++ Programming and the rhythm dictations in Music Theory.
The next two semesters will consist solely of prerequisite courses
such as Biology, Sociology and others.
Now it’s time to kick back and soak up the Miami sun!