The 2016 Presidential Election occurs tomorrow. Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump. The 2016 election offered substandard candidates and accordingly, deserves the redo or Barack Obama would enjoy the third term in a perfect world. Every vote matters.
The "Arrival" and "Almost Christmas" reviews are forthcoming during the weekend.
Pictured: The Introduction to Theatre (CTA 130) textbook.
I’ve finished week four of the college freshmen year. College smacks you in the face during the initial semester. It’s a significant transition from high school due to the workload provides a challenge.
The Introduction to Theatre is my favorite lecture. I like it enough to consider undertaking a Theatre minor. I still love film and journalism and thus, my mind is still determined to achieve the Film Studies and Journalism double major and possibly a Theatre minor. I am ahead of myself here; however, I immensely appreciate the arts. The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's “A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur” touched me and introduced an unknown door to theatre I constantly ignored. Despite I must read several plays during CTA 130, tackling a college level Theatre course will open your eyes to the magical art form. (Four weeks in and thank you Professor Decker.)
College is overwhelming; although, the constant reminder is furthering one’s education will be worth it in the long run. Pursue your passionate subjects in the midst of accomplishing the prerequisites (e.g. Elementary Algebra).
The English 101 and Interpersonal Communication are still fine. The Interpersonal Communication D & A’s are easier than the weekly quizzes. I’ve written the English 101 introductory essay; however, I still love composition (for real). Don’t ask me how I am able to write weekly movie reviews and finish the college level essay. I guess the composition angels love me (haha).
Thanks to the Introduction to Theatre lecture, I am witnessing an additional play – the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre’s “The Royale” in a couple weeks. The film reviews are forthcoming as always. Just thank God I possess excellent time management skills!!!
I am introducing the new tab “The Personal Department”: The component will discuss my life outside of film and the cinema.
I commenced college a few days ago. The university life is very dissimilar to high school. There’s a life worth’s of homework ranging from reading to writing. Thank goodness I immensely enjoy writing or otherwise, I would be screwed.
I still dislike mathematics. Don’t understand why the subject exists. Based on the initial days, Introduction to Theatre (CTA 130) appears to be my favorite lecture. (I will not name the professors, you guess or visit the website. The specific college is in my bio.) I am attending “A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur” at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre during Saturday, September 24, 2016. I cannot wait to see the play; however, I am dreading to scribe the performance critique.
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (CTA 101) is fine. The professor is superior to the lecture. Shouldn’t it be reverse? College Writing and Critical Reading (ENG 101) is alright. Goes to show you must complete the prerequisites before following the major and minor (in my instance, film studies and journalism).
The “Sully”, “The Wild Life”, and “Equity” reviews are forthcoming. The Awards Season is here!