Internship Drawing to an End

I’m just a few weeks away from the end of my 90-day internship with The Daily Buzz. I cannot believe how quickly the last ten weeks have gone, and how sad I am to be in the final stretch of what has been a whirlwind of learning, growth, and professional development. While I attribute much…

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Autoethnography

The first class of my graduate degree is a comprehensive study of sociology, ethnography, and the deeply personal exploration of autoethnography. The Director of the MLS recommended it as a good transitional class from my BFA, as it combines the creativity of storytelling with academic research and self-exploration [when generalized to cultural norms and perception].…

Stepping outside of your comfort zone…

Yesterday, I did something I’ve never done before. Something that no one would have likely guessed I would ever do in my life. I ran in the Savage Race, a brutal six mile obstacle course in Dade City, Florida. The event was literally described as the “race designed to kick your ass.” And it did.…

Yesterday!

I’m known for being a very happy, bubbly personally naturally. Yesterday, however, I’m quite certain I had a smile on my face for every second of the day. It was, quite honestly, one of the best days of my adult life – especially on a professional level. I had the unique opportunity to attend the…