Maya H.

Senior - Communication & Journalism, Media Arts
Los Lunas, N.M.

Interests: Music, Cats, Bubble Baths

Extra Curricular Activities: Drums, Reading, Board Games.

Red or Green? green

"Then as it was, then again it will be. Though the course may change sometimes. Rivers always reach the sea."
— Led Zeppelin

Favorite Class: As long as it’s not math, I like it!

Favorite Bands: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queen, Twenty One Pilots, Streetlight Manifesto, Led Zeppelin, Avenged Sevenfold, Weezer, and The Story So Far

Maya-Profile

What do you want to accomplish before leaving UNM?
I want to look back after I get my degree and be happy knowing I experienced all that I wanted at UNM. I think UNM has so many opportunities that I haven’t even heard of yet. I am hoping that I can find those things, and experience it.

What does it mean to be a Lobo?
Being the best person you can possibly be. Achieving your goals, finding internal happiness, and spreading that positivity to our future Lobos!

What’s your best UNM experience so far?
The best experience to date has been handing out Valentines Day Cards to students with Lobo Louie. I got to help make the cards and handing them out was really wonderful. It was a really good day.

What surprised you the most about UNM?
How much there is to do on campus, even on the day-to-day basis! UNM reaches out to every type of person on campus and I think that’s great.

Meet Maya H.

More downtown adventures

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I got my camera and shot more of Albuquerque again! I even got to model a little, too :). My boyfriend and I, (his website is here) explored downtown Albuquerque when we got caught in a crazy dust/rain/smoke from the fire storm and though it burned our eyes and made us cold, we got some great […]

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 […]

Working a Film Festival!

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This summer, I was able to work one of the coolest experiences of my life. Well it started in January, my sister had me meet a National Geographic photographer named Daryl Custer. He wanted me to join him in the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience (AFME). AFME is a week long festival with independent films, […]

Tent Rocks on Memorial Day

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On Memorial Day, I got to visit Tent Rocks with my friends. We wanted to go out and enjoy the earth and our blessed lives, so we thought a quick trip up north would be the best fit. We got off to a late start, and one member of our group had to be back in […]

Photographers visit the Luna Mansion

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My friends and I like to go out and take pictures on our free time. It’s super cool. We go to different locations -mainly in Albuquerque- and photograph. It helps our social media and portfolios. Well the other day, we were running out of ideas where to go out and shoot. We don’t want to […]