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Faculty Recognition: WU Architecture Department

Posted by: D. R, Apr 17, 2015

I’m from two other big public state schools and a community college. There, students could try and schedule appointments with a faculty advisor but just know it wouldn’t happen for weeks. The best part is that it happens when we needed it most. When it’s time to enroll in new classes and a appointments are required,....

Admitted Student Day at WU

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Apr 17, 2015

The try before you buy option is arguably a great one. So here at Woodbury, we held Admitted Student/Parent Day! In a sense, It was like a pre-orientation in which prospective students could see the school, learn more about the curriculum of their major, and of course: meet current students to get their perspective, building....

Flashback: Birthday weekend and travel progress

Posted by: Ashley Hackworth, Apr 15, 2015

In today’s post I discuss the progress I have made so far in my travel preparations, as well as my birthday weekend. It was a very exciting time and I was so much closer to leaving, enjoy!   07/22/2014 – 19 Days to go…. So I didn’t post last week due to it being extremely....

Trust Us: A Millennial Manifesto For The Lost Generation

Posted by: D. R, Apr 14, 2015

Nothing ruins our 20’s (early, mid or late) more than thinking we should have our lives together already. I, as an active member of Generation-Y or “Generation Why?”, am scorned as lazy, lacking human connection and ingrained by immediate gratification just like an iMessage is transmitted across the world, delivered and immediately Read at 4:43AM. I,....

The New 'Diverse' Emojis are a BIG Deal. Here's Why:

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Apr 13, 2015

On April 8th, Apple released the iOS 8.3 update with new Emoji’s. Although there isn’t a taco or frappuccino emoji (if anyone from Apple is reading this- pls), there is an even more important development in the mix: the addition of racially diverse and same sex couple emoji’s. If you don’t understand why this is....

Introducing the MSJ Cohort: Justin Mickens

Posted by: Monique Lyons, Apr 12, 2015

My very talented colleague Justin Mickens has developed a reputation among the cohort for being an adept editor and filmmaker. It is clear that he possesses innate talent and a refined skill that has been hard won, mostly due to the fact that, unlike most of the cohort, Justin has had a lifelong passion for....

Importance of Doing Things Other Than Work

Posted by: Czarah Castro, Apr 11, 2015

In my logo class we had a brief discussion about how important it is to not do your work. Yes, you read that right. When it comes to design, sometimes it’s best to just drop everything and take a break. Projects can take several weeks in revisions and most often than not, you’ll be seeing....

Flashback: Countdown begins

Posted by: Ashley Hackworth, Apr 9, 2015

In today’s flashback post, I discuss the current status of my travels and begin the official countdown for my departure! I was so excited and didn’t know what to expect beforehand. I did know I was not going to be around the normally sunny Los Angeles weather, but after coming back I can say it....

Mid-Week Inspiration

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Apr 8, 2015

It’s Wednesday. The middle of the week. I already can taste the sweetness of friday, and the weekend ahead- even though I have to work admit day on Saturday. But I am excited to meet all the perspective students! Anyways, I thought that I’d share a few motivational quotes to help us push through these....

Flashback: Experiencing the cost of traveling and spending

Posted by: Ashley Hackworth, Apr 8, 2015

Here’s another flashback for you all! In this post I am starting to realize how fast the money is disappearing as I am getting closer and closer to my departure to Groningen. I was definitely very nervous and anxious in this post, but who isn’t on their first time?  I had only so much money....

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