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I had to postpone writing this blog until I could cool down and look back on this year's roommate disaster with a positive attitude. It is now that my school year is over and my apartment drama has long passed that I can look at my experience through a different lens. Last summer I left El Paso with nothing but positivity and excitement for my Junior year of college but as soon as I set foot in my new Austin apartment, a dark cloud formed over the new school year.
It's been two days since I graduated and I feel better than last times post.
It could be because I am still in my internship stages. I love interning with Latinitas, very much so. I love the whole communication process even if it is through email or social networks.
As sad as I was about leaving the students that I tutored, I am sure I left them a strong and positive impression of our relationship. Their attempts to read to me and complete their homework show me so much of…Continue
Do you know a high school student who is an aspiring attorney?
Apply now to the FREE Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Legal Education Action Program (LEAP). The program takes place in Los Angeles, California on June 23-30, 2013. LEAP participants will be housed on a University campus for the one-week residential experience and will live in a protected campus environment with young attorneys, law students and college graduates serving as student-guides and mentors.…
I am currently a new intern with Latinitas and this is my first blog. To formally introduce myself, my name is Jennifer Lopez. Many people think I was named after the famous star, “Jennifer Lopez,” but everything happened by coincidence. This blog is going to clarify how my name came to be and to prove that I was not named after the famous star.
The year I was born, 1993, Jennifer Lopez starred in a television show known as In Living Color. In…Continue
In the past 3 months, I was searching for a new shampoo and conditioner. One of my friends who is studying cosmetology recommended the Suave Moroccon Infusion line. I have to admit that I didnt believe that such an affordable shampoo and conditioner will have good results.
I have to start by saying that the shampoo has an AMAZING SCENT!!! the scent lasts along time and it smells different than the other shampoos…Continue
I've come to the sudden realization that I do not want to leave Pennsylvania. This is because I met friends whom I love. Who like me for me and likewise.
I don't want to panic, but I am. I don't want to come home and "start all over again" with making friends. It took two years to make the friends that I did. I know, I know, "I can meet friends anywhere I go," it was just so hard for me to become vulnereable. I don't want to go through that for another set of people.
The final 2 weeks of my high school are finally here. All my classes were AP courses, and the test dates for those were the weeks before, so in class we have been playing board games. The school Administration did not like this apparently and so now teachers were forced to give us projects to keep us busy from here on. In my AP English class today, our teacher Mrs. Layton decided to show us a TED video of Dr. Sugata Mitra. …Continue
Not too long ago, I was writing here to describe my struggle in deciding whether I should continue living in Thailand. It was a place I was very attached to, with it's unique environment, full of different colors, sounds, sights and tastes. A place where people were kind and…Continue