*This is another article I wrote for my journalism class that I never had the chance to publish. I really enjoyed interviewing Professor Joseph Huszti because he reminded of how much I loved music and playing the piano. He is one of the most charismatic people that I have had the pleasure of interviewing. Originally… Continue reading Republish: The Music Of His Life
*Since UCI blogs expired my post that I wrote for my journalism class, I decided to republish it here. * Original Publish Date: 10 December 2009 It was a cold October morning when my alarm went off. I instinctively pressed the button to silence the racket. The clock read 7:00am. Going through my normal routine,… Continue reading Republish: Strained Evolution: How Big Media Is Struggling to Adapt
Don't get me wrong, Can Jam 2009 was a blast and the vendors and people there were very nice, for the most part. One thing that was brought to my attention was the fact that girls are ostracized. I went with my good friend Vivian who has been into audio gear since she was little.… Continue reading The Problem with Can Jam
As you all know, the whole of Southern California has been on fire for the last five days or so and I get a chance to experience it first hand. I am lucky though, as UCI has not been affected by the fire all that much. Kids still go to class but things have certainly… Continue reading World On Fire
Star in Your Own JibJab! It's Free!
So about two weeks ago, my friend Brittany found out that Norah Jones was going to be giving a free concert at the Amoeba in LA and we both shat ourselves. So yesterday was the aforementioned concert and it was freakin' sweet. She played a small set for about 45 minutes or so and then… Continue reading Norah Jones Concert
I have returned. I was inundated by rainfall as I left the airport. I was happy. I am so happy to be back at home that it is four in the morning yet I do not feel the least bit lethargic. I know I'm going to regret it tomorrow morning though. I am looking forward… Continue reading I’m Baaack!
Guess who's a little excited about Christmas? It makes the perfect reading light.
Today I recieved a package from the one, the only, Jason Wong. It was a very, very nice poster of my favorite city in the whole world, San Francisco. It captures both the Bay and Golden Gate bridges, downtown, and Telegraph Hill. I love it because it provides me with a reminder that there's a… Continue reading Why the JWFC Exists
To my family, friends, and possibly my future employers: It has come to my attention that I have more audience members and from a wider spectrum than I had anticipated. I am aware that some people are upset with the potty mouth that I obtain when I am angry at something. I know it is… Continue reading
So I picked up some posters from the bazaar our school is hosting for the week. The posters add the much needed color and flavor to my room. My roomie got a poster of Bob Marley for his side.1st up, the AAR poster. Gotta rep my band. 2nd up, Panic! At The Disco! Stick it… Continue reading The Dorm Pimping Continues
So a few days ago I was at Trader Joes picking up some random stuff for my room when I decided to buy a plant to help the zen of my room. I saw these pretty orange and pink flowers and decided to buy them since they were only 5 bucks. When I brought them… Continue reading A Comical Coincidence