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Meeting weSpark Cancer Support Center

Posted by: Monique Lyons, Feb 3, 2016

On Monday, February 1st, 2016, I had the special honor of meeting with Marlene McGuirt, Director of Development for weSpark Cancer Support Center for lunch. McGuirt recently joined the weSpark team and was very kind and generous to make time in her busy schedule to meet with me and guide me down the path of....

Personality tests: Who are you, REALLY?

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Jan 29, 2016

Hello Internet! This semester, I get to take an amazing personality class. In it, we learn the aspects of what makes a person a person, as well as how self expression and self motivation are ideal to people’s survival. One cool thing we’ve done so far, is take a lot of little personality tests that....

M.A. in Media for Social Justice Info Session 1/30/16

Posted by: Monique Lyons, Jan 28, 2016

Have ever wondered what a dynamic career in transmedia is like? Join the Media for Social Justice graduate class of 2016 for an inside look at the innovative world of social justice media. ‪The M.A. program in Media for Social Justice (MSJ) is a groundbreaking advanced degree program in which students learn to integrate three....

The Museum Series (#2): The Museum of Jurassic Technology

Posted by: Czarah Castro, Jan 27, 2016

Welcome to the second edition of The Museum Series where I write a quick summary of my experiences at the different museums I visit every week. If you haven’t already read my first post about the Architecture and Design Museum exhibit they have on now called Pushing the Press, you can read about it here. So....

LATM Visits Woodbury

Posted by: Yvan Tran, Jan 25, 2016

I was excited to get an email from Dr. Phyllis Cremer asking me to be a tour guide for almost 100 Pacoima Middle School students yesterday. My friends and I gave tours to the students of LATM, (Los Angeles Team Mentoring) a program mentoring middle school students who are growing up in challenging urban environments....

The Museum Series (#1): Pushing the Press at A+D Museum

Posted by: Czarah Castro, Jan 15, 2016

Since it’s a new year, it’s also a new semester along with new classes. This semester I’m taking a design class called Design Symposium and the gist of this class is basically every Friday, we go to a different museum to not only learn something but to also get our creativity flowing. After this seven....

New Year, New Semester: Make Some Research Resolutions

Posted by: Library, Jan 10, 2016

Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? The start of January is a great time to reflect and make changes. You may have already pledged to eat healthier, exercise more, or give-up a bad habit — but how about adding some research resolutions to your list? Remember, it’s not just a new year, it’s also....

New Year's Resolutions, and why you DON'T Need a New Year to Change your Life

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Dec 29, 2015

“New Year, new me.” Every year I here someone else say this and I’m kind of annoyed by it. I’m not annoyed by the fact that people are trying to make (for the most part) positive changes in their life. That’s totally awesome. I think that what kind of bugs me is the fact that....

A Session with Joe Kucharski by Sandy Saravia

Posted by: Fashion Marketing, Dec 16, 2015

For our third Fashion Styling for the Media class session, we had the great opportunity of holding a video conference with costume designer, writer, speaker, professor, and editor in chief of Tyranny of Style, Joe Kucharski. Joe has worked in all film, TV, and theater realms of costume design and styling and provided us excellent insight....

It's Not About Pretty! by Mckenna S. Holm

Posted by: Fashion Marketing, Dec 16, 2015

On the twenty-seventh of November, Cindy Whitehead brought to Woodbury all things sports, style, and girl power. In addition to sharing her passion for styling and skateboarding, Cindy showcased her entrepreneurial skills and demonstrated how we can use our passions to advocate for social issues within our interest (hers being women’s rights / feminism). Going....

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