Now that I've presented my Veteran Interview to my Visual Communication class, I wanted to share it online. So incredibly grateful to Jordan Wacker for letting me interview him for this project, especially when I asked him at the absolute last minute (aka at a bar on Thanksgiving Eve 🙄). My favorite parts from the … Continue reading Veterans Interview with Jordan Wacker
Joe Aresimowicz never planned to be a politician. In fact, he "always considered himself the reluctant politician" and "never once for a moment thought he'd ever get involved in politics." On January 4, 2017, Aresimowicz was officially elected as the Connecticut Speaker of the House, in addition to proudly serving the 30th House District, which includes Berlin … Continue reading CT Speaker of the House, Joe Aresimowicz
On Tuesday, March 28, the Berlin Town Council and Board of Education presented their budget proposals for the 2017-2018 fiscal year during a public hearing at Berlin High School. Now that we are less than 2 weeks away from voting on the budget, take a look below at how this year's proposal could affect your … Continue reading The Berlin Budget Proposal and How It Affects You!
From Friday, March 10 to Sunday, March 12, peer leaders from the Berlin High School Upbeat Program were at YMCA Camp Woodstock for an advanced training weekend. What made it advanced? They were hand selected to learn about public speaking and presentation skills from a handful of members in the community. Keep reading below to … Continue reading RECAP: Berlin High School’s Upbeat March Weekend
Let me just start off by saying that my first day of college was August 29, 2011. With five and a half years of experience as a college commuter, I am not a rookie to this game. Commuters are not a rare breed. We all regularly go to and from school, and for the most part, deal with … Continue reading Confessions of a College Commuter
From teacher to pediatrician to a public relations specialist, my dream job has changed many times since the question of "what do you want to be when you grow up" was first asked in preschool. Early in college, I said that a 9-5 desk job would be out of the question for whatever career I would spend … Continue reading Living the Dream (Job)