For my Teaching, Learning, and Technology class, we had to make an iMovie talking about a favorite teacher we have had during our K-12 journey that have made a difference in our lives. I had a plethora of amazing teachers, I actually think I loved them all, but I chose my absolute favorite, who was … Continue reading My favorite teacher (and many others’ favorite as well).
My grandma dropped out of school in the second grade. Things were different back then. But one day, when women finally began to gain rights and when my grandmother finally began to gain the courage to unlock the chains that pulled her down from liberation my grandmother decided to take the GED test. I had … Continue reading For Grandma.
An early November evening, a brimful Presentation theater had 500 eager USF students–ready for a show composed of lingerie, high heels, lipstick, profanity, orgasms, sex positions, and a little strip tease–for the yearly Fall tradition of the College Players’ Rocky Horror Picture Show Production. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a controversial campus production due … Continue reading Sexual Liberation on College Campuses… Even on USF’s Jesuit One.
I am in a five-year program at my school, so the year after I graduate with my undergraduate degree, I will graduate again with my Master's in Education because I am working on it while also working on my bachelor's. One of the requirements of the dual degree program (that's the name of it) is … Continue reading They call me Ms. S
When I was in the fifth grade, they found a dead body in the school cafeteria’s vents. That morning started off like any other school day. My friends and I went to the cafeteria to get breakfast, and there was just a nauseating odor floating through the cafeteria. We thought nothing of it. We got … Continue reading My Educational Journey
Expanding my knowledge is very important to me. I love continuously learning new things. I believe one's brain always has room for new knowledge. Whether it's life lessons or academic lessons, I love learning. When I wake up every morning for school, instead of saying I have to go to school, I say I get … Continue reading The Passionate Learner
I started school yesterday, Monday. Because of this dual degree program I am in, I take graduate classes while working on my bachelor's. Monday, one of my graduate classes started. But, since school didn't officially start until today, I decided to write my back to school post today. Haha I am now a sophomore in … Continue reading Back to School!