By Richard Aranda and Kai Watson Art can be found anywhere as showcased in a RAFFMA-hosted event that was meant to inspire students to display their art to the world. On November 14, artists gathered together at the RAFFMA Made in California art exhibit. The event showcased the portrait style photography by Wayne Shimabukaro. Accompanying him at the panel were artists Wayne has collaborated with in the past. They discussed the art scene when they were up and coming artists and how it compares to today, offering advice to young artists. New York is known to be the place of emerging artists and setting trends. This is contrary to painter and sewer Monique Prieto's belief saying, … [Read more...] about RAFFMA: Made In California
When we first came to school, we all saw and heard the same thing with collective confusion. Construction, fences, tractors, and massive piles of dirt that don't make sense. Mallory Bedney, a student confused at the sight, explained that the construction was distracting. "My curiosity gets peeked, and I wish that what was going on was public knowledge," said Bedney. Leatha Elsdon, the Director of Faculties Planning, Design, and Construction helped dissolve this confusion. Those huge piles of dirt will become the water filtration system for the Santos Manuel Student Union (SMSU) expansion. This will collect stormwater that must be captured by California law and the … [Read more...] about What’s being dug on campus?
Gap years are always talked about when students are burnt out of their education. Getting good grades, extracurricular activities, SAT’S/ACT’S, AP classes, FAFSA applications, etc. There’s no question that we all need a break from the system but is it beneficial or will it set you back from achieving your educational goals? In the 2015 National Alumni Survey organized by the American Gap Association in partnership with Temple University, students spoke on why they took a gap year. 92 percent said that they wanted to gain life experiences and grow personally, 85 percent wished to travel and experience other cultures, and 82 percent needed to take a break from the traditional academic … [Read more...] about The mystery of the gap year