Another way to interpret my grades: a picture may be worth a thousand words, but my words will be better than the picture. (See below)
Another, nother way to interpret my grades: the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. I can't shoot news, or light it, but I know how to put a portfolio together and I know how to make more than one picture tell as story. (See below)
This semester was way tougher than the first semester. There were times when I was working on the "what's due tomorrow basis". Unlike when I was in high school, though, there really was a lot of work to get done. My instructors were great and very supportive and my classmates worked together to create a collegial atmosphere.
Highlights of the semester included seeing a dogsled race in Marmora, being in charge of fundraising for the photojournalism 20th anniversary gala (The World Educates a Photojournalist), acting in the student film Chronicles of Daisy (I was soldier number 1, Brian Morton) and the end of winter.
The only real hardship this year, besides getting everything in on time, was when the second-year students all left for their internships, jobs and the rest of their lives. When I came to school I didn't expect to get to know the more senior students very well or become attached to them. Now I miss them. Bastards.
Again, I can't give enough thanks to the people who've helped me realize my dream. This has been such a great experience, I can't wait for next semester. Thank you all.
|CRN||Subject||Course||Section||Course Title||Campus||Final Grade|
|5480||MEDI||1003||C||Civic Literacy 2||Main||92|
|5478||PHJN||1012||A||Writing For Photojournalists 2||Main||82|
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