Monthly Archives: December 2015
Have you been struggling with writing? Paper assignments got you stumped? Have a great idea or argument but aren’t sure how to express it in writing? Then this is the video for you! In this video I share with you some common errors people make when they write and how to avoid them as well as […] Continue reading
Inherent in my interest in hip-hop is storytelling, which I see as the most effective way to promote engagement from an audience. Many of the pieces on this blog are analytically sound, but lack a story with which the reader can engage. For that reason I wanted this post to tell a story, or rather multiple stories. … Continue reading “It Rivets Its Way Through My Soul Sometimes…” – Why We Love Rap Continue reading
Hi, everybody! Here’s my video about ‘My Dickinson experience’. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂 Continue reading
Check out my final project, “Lacrosse at Dickinson”, below. Enjoy!
Here is my final project where you get to meet my family and learn what a Russian Thanksgiving is like!
I hope you enjoy watching it!
For my final video project I decided to film Tyler go through his daily, active routine. At the beginning of the video, you see Tyler studying and sort of looking flustered but that all changes when he gets a notification on his phone that it is time for his workout. I hope you can watch […] Continue reading
Ciao a Tutti! 😀 Have you ever wanted to talk with Italians and asked them questions about food? Well, for those of you who have I have the perfect solution. Since I’ve been in the States, I’ve been asked questions but, still, my answers were too abstract for those people. Then, I began writing on … Continue reading Americans [who lived in Italy] answer Americans Question about Italian Food Continue reading
My final project for my “Writing in/for Digital Environments” class. Enjoy, and let me know what you think! Continue reading
It’s time to meet the rest of the team! You’ve met me and heard my stories of Team Reflections. I thought of different ways for you to meet the girls and learn about their individual takes on synchronized skating. I asked each of the girls to come up with one word they could use to describe synchro…