어느 덧 벌서 봄학기도 끝이 보이는데요. 다음주이면 파이널이 끝나고 졸업식을 끝으로 이번 학년이 끝납니다. 얼마전부터 학기를 마치고 어디론가 여행을 가고 싶다는 생각에 검색하다가 나이아가라 폭포 구경을 가게 되었습니다.
When I was asked to join the Yellow Dog team I had no idea what to expect. I had heard about the festival before—it was some type of beach concert in Cape Cod that featured seven Berklee bands. This was all I knew. When I decided to commit to the position as digital media lead, I thought I would just be setting up Facebook posts and making sure everything ran smoothly. Turns out that Yellow Dog is developing itself similar to any startup business out there, and booking Cody Simpson only made the job even more time intensive.
O post dessa semana é dedicado a uma novidade no major de Film Scoring. O programa de Film Scoring da Berklee, o qual estou cursando, tem sido cada vez mais desafiador e produtivo. O ensino que nos foi dado, assim como a prática, culminaram neste projeto novo que foi inserido na nossa grade curricular: uma colaboração com um aluno de outra faculdade.
Sanjeeta sits down in front of me, eyeing my chocolate muffin. Before she can reach out and take a bite, I grab the muffin and keep it close to me.
“I just want a bite!” she says, laughing. With Sanjeeta, it’s never just a bite. But then again, that’s what makes her so special – her ability to set her mind on something and then go after it. Be it the numerous opportunities she’s had at Berklee or the numerous “bites” of food she’s had from me over the last two years, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya has never missed a chance to seize the day! A 7th semester Performance major with voice as a principal instrument, she never fails to impress. Inspired, I want to hear her story and what brought her from Delhi to Boston.