It’s no surprise that after I started living at Stevenson, I developed an appreciation for the holiday season. As I joined other students and faculty at Dr. Hicks’ house for the annual Hot Cocoa and Caroling event–which I forgot to RSVP to but showed up at anyways despite my shame and embarrassment–I got a taste of the warmth of the community that welcomed me within the first months of my arrival to this new place. In the next few years, I've come to appreciate the holiday cheer–and for a lot more than just the hot drinks and sweet treats that come along with every party.
If there’s anyone out there who’s even remotely interested in film, cinematography and/or the behind-the-scenes work of movies, I would definitely recommend taking this class. Mr. Pratt is our enthusiastic, talented teacher, and also the teacher of AP Art.
In this blog, I am talking about what the college process means to me, and why I am not trying to stress about it.
This is it. December 2019, the end of a decade. It's a crazy thought. Sure, barely anything would change because of the new decade, but I just couldn't help looking back to what I've been through so far in life. 'Transformation' might be a cliche term to describe this, but it's true. Thus, in an effort to end the year on a sweet note, I decided to show gratitude to the people I have met within this campus over the semester and my first year. Thankfully, Stevenson has just the right platform for that.
Sports management: although the name is self-explanatory, it is so much more than just recording games, running the scoreboard, or keeping track of the statistics. To me, sports management is being a part of a team, something bigger than yourself; it is an essential role behind the scenes.