So I went to the Bernie rally last Friday. It was the first time I had ever gone to a political rally despite having been politically minded. It was a good experience and I was able to use my 360 camera so check out the video.
Now that I’ve made my post about how people tend to romanticize Europe and sometimes go overboard, I’m going to romanticize Europe and go overboard. Probably my favorite trip I’ve taken this entire year was to the Scottish highlands. Whenever I speak to my UK friends and say I’d like to visit their country, they […]
A couple of weeks ago, I got to see one of my favorite bands for the fourth time – We Came as Romans (abbreviated as WCAR)! Part of their Bands Vs. Food tour, they performed with all previous front-liners, such as Miss May I, Memphis May Fire, and For Today. Miss May I was headlining […]
This summer is the first in a while I haven’t started a full-time job right after the semester. I finished school last Wednesday and work on Thursday, and since then I’ve been able to do some of my own reading. I wanted to share a couple of my favorites: A Humument, by Tom Phillips (http://www.tomphillips.co.uk/humument) […]
Traveling around Europe tends to get romanticized a lot in the media. This is a continent with rich cultural diversity, beautiful cities, delicious food, and a complex history. All of these things are true, but they are not the whole truth. These are the best parts of trips to the old world, and they’re the […]
So it’s finals week, and it’s been kicking my butt. I am cramming in late assignments, staying up late hours, crying, and praying that professors will curve the final exams. It’s safe to say that I am the worst person when it comes to studying. I never studied in high school, and to this day, […]
So my internship is nearing its end but it has been a great experience. I have gotten to touch and learn about so much exciting and cutting edge technologies. They even let me pilot the 360 camera rig which has been amazing. I am still waiting to find out if they will extend my internship […]