Growing up I did not want anything more than leaving home and moving to, you guessed it, NEW YORK CITY. I guess what made me * think * that I wanted this was the fact that I was a rebellious teen. Like I mentioned on my college journey blog post, I wanted to leave theContinue reading “HOW I DEAL/DEALT WITH HOMESICKNESS”


Well, hello there         This week I thought of sharing 22 things that I have learned in the 22 years that I have lived on this earth. I thought that it would be perfect to share this list now because I am well into my 22 years of age, (and because IContinue reading “22 THINGS THAT I HAVE LEARNED AT 22”

Let’s Catch Up! pt. 2

Well, hello there, or should I say, salut mes amis! I am back for another catch-up session! I am finally done with this semester! (well, almost. Truth is, it is currently finals week and I am writing this blog because I do not want to work on my projects) Anyways… I wanted to talk to youContinue reading “Let’s Catch Up! pt. 2”

Let’s Catch Up!

I know I have been M.I.A, BUT, I have not forgotten about you!!!!!!!!! This has been an extremely busy semester, I mean, it is my last semester, it has to be. However, that does not mean that I have not done fun things or learned a thing or two during my stressful time! Here isContinue reading “Let’s Catch Up!”

Last Goodbye

We laughed, we stressed about elevator pitches, and we ate pie, it is that time of the semester when I have to say goodbye to another amazing Journalism class.*sniff sniff* So, of course, we have to go back and reminisce about all the amazing things I learned this semester. I learned about entrepreneurial journalism. To learnContinue reading “Last Goodbye”

How to be a good journalist

“It’s time, Robby! It’s time!” Let’s talk about Spotlight. Spotlight is a 2015 movie starring: Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, John Slattery, and more. The movie is about The Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team and its investigation into cases about child sex abuse in the Boston area by several Roman Catholic priests. Now you might beContinue reading “How to be a good journalist”

What I Do in 30 mins With My Brother

We had the opportunity to do a short and fun video for my Photo and Video class, so obviously I decided to annoy my brother and film him. Here are some pictures of the 30 mins we spent together and a short video. Talk about Key and Peele. My brother recently started watching Key & Peele,Continue reading “What I Do in 30 mins With My Brother”

Dealing with loss

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is not easy, and having someone else write about that is not always helpful. However, this is not the case with Tom Friend’s “Dear Nate” article for ESPN, which talks about the life of Nate Fleming, a young basketball player that studied at Oklahoma State University (OSU),Continue reading “Dealing with loss”

Is This The End?

Now that the term has come to an end, I reflect and think of what I learned and liked from this class. From measuring to talking about cyber-bullying, I have learned a lot about social media. I have come up with a list of five things that I found interesting and/or helpful and that I willContinue reading “Is This The End?”