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Our Trip to South Korea

Hello Everyone! Welcome to our blog! Over the course of the next month Julio, Chen, and I will be blogging about our trip to South Korea. 

TV Views From the 2200

TELEVISION SHOW RECAPS

RISD Art Museum

Last Thursday I took a trip with my art history class and some friends to the RISD art museum. We went to the museum because we later have to write an essay on our favorite piece of art and the professor wanted us to look at a collection of work with our own eyes instead of just google searching artwork. My class, friends, and I had a great time looking at all six floors of the museum. That’s right I said six floors. The museum had various famous works but also artwork from RISD college students. I think it’s magnificent that someone around the same age as me can say that their artwork is in a museum, the amount of talent all of the artists have are phenomenal. I decided to talk about the RISD art museum in my blog this week because I encourage everyone to go over to RISD (which is legit a 5 minute walk from the downcity library) and appreciate the artwork. The museum is free for students every Sunday so why not indulge yourself in one of the many cultural experiences Rhode Island has to offer.

Next Week at JWU Denver: Monsanto Talks

Next week, Robert Fraley, the Executive Vice President and Technology Officer of agricultural super-business Monsanto, will be here to speak to our campus.

Preview Day/The Grange

I hope everyone’s week was great with the first week of spring tri classes already over. I had the great opportunity to be involved with preview day for prosperous incoming freshman for the fall term! It was great being able to represent my major and tell the life of an everyday media and communications student here on campus. I was able to talk to the students about why my major is so unique and the fact that myself as well as two other students who were with me will be a part of the inaugural class of media communications students. Since the program is so new (only two years old) it was important for us to speak to possible freshman about the uniqueness and customization qualities of the major. I am honored to be doing this for my second time. What made the experience even more worthwhile was that I, along with two other students got to have brunch with one of our favorite professors who helped with preview day as well. Here is a picture of our delicious brunch from The Grange located on Broadway!