Thank you UNM :)

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  My journey in New Mexico started out terrifying. Moving to a different state your freshman year of high school? Sounds a lot worse than it actually was! I found some great friends that helped me pass the time with endless One Tree Hill marathons, sonic trips and laughs. Eventually, I graduated! That summer I […]

Albuquerque Studios (Best Field Trips Part IV)

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So I successfully completed the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media (IFDM) program (yay!) but I took a bit of an unorthodox route to do so. Being the only CS student in my cohort, I did not get to take the same electives as most of my classmates because my list of requirements focused on Fine […]

Preparing to leave The Land of Enchantment

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Hello everyone!  Welcome to my blog!  Throughout the year I plan on writing about my study abroad experience, and more specifically, what my experience is as a STEM major.  As I progress through my second year of studying Civil Engineering, I will share with you all the doubtless struggles of balancing a demanding academic schedule […]

Milestones

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This August 4th marks 4 years since I moved to the US. And although I could spend hours talking about how grateful I am (and I have in the past) I just want to acknowledge my appreciation for my current place of residence. I’ve felt a wonderful connection with New Mexico, and I am happy […]

The calm before the storm- 48 Hour Film Project

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After jumping back and forth on whether or not I should do it, to being super nervous of the outcome, sleepless nights, and creating a film- I got to be a part of the 48-hour film project in New Mexico. And it was amazing. The 48 Hour Film Project, according to the website is a […]

Sometimes All You Need Is…

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A BLUE WALL.  My friends and I were, yet again, exploring downtown Albuquerque. What we do is find a cool place, and take pictures. Sometimes, it’s elaborate graffiti. Sometimes it’s a grungy alleyway. And if you’re in the Land of Enchantment especially, it’s the desert and beautiful sunsets. However, there is absolute beauty in simplicity. […]

The time I went to Warped Tour

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….again. This will now be the sixth time I have attended the Vans Warped Tour. From starting out in Las Cruces, then moving to the Isleta Amphitheater, and now, the beloved Balloon Fiesta Park. I am so glad they finally did it there; it’s a flat, large surface that is in Albuquerque instead of three hours […]