I’ve been encouraged to write & reflect more, as well as to consider how my experience can be used in publications. I am also trying to think about research but I still don’t know. Anyway so Ive been in GSO at UNCG for just over two months now. I’ve learned a bit and worked a… Read More Grad Schooling
I have been trying to figure out the future for myself and my family. In the summer I begin working for Housing and Residence Life at UNC Greensboro, and in the fall I begin studying in their SPAHE/SAAHE program for my master’s. But before I have even begun, I have started looking into other experiences… Read More The master’s degree and beyond
It has been quite a while since I have posted -obviously- and wow has a lot happened in my life and the world. My last post was in July of last year which would suggest just how much could have happened since then. I completed the Bridge program which went well. I enjoyed the program… Read More It’s been awhile
Thursday June 23rd 2016. On this day a small majority of British citizens voted in an advisory referendum to leave the European Union. This does not mean that it will absolutely happen but currently it is the will of the people. While the vote had an impressive estimated ~70% turnout, the numbers were skewed towards… Read More Brexit and me
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Image Reflection is an assignment that I completed for my College Access and Success class. I feel like it could be cool to share my thoughts on this particular assignment, which I enjoyed doing. I chose this image to represent College Access because it touches on the full range of what I consider access to… Read More Image Reflection
I feel that bricks occupy am interesting dynamic in our imagination. Bricks are at the same time traditional and everlasting. The simple red brick is found in homes and communicates a feeling of permanence that would of vinyl often cannot. It is found in new construction and buildings that have stood for hundreds of years.… Read More Bricks