I hope you are as excited as I am about spring break. It is that time in the semester where we as students are completely drained.
I wanted to reach out to remind you to register for the fall semester. If you did not have an early appointment to register, classes will be available to the college tonight. Be aware that the longer you wait the less likely it is for you to have a “perfect schedule”. Also, classes are filling up very quickly. In the hospitality department we are limited in terms of wide ranges of available day/times for most classes.
If you have any question on how to register or need suggestions on classes to take, I am here to help. Please reach out!!
For those that do not remember who I am, I am the peer mentor for the department.
I want to remind you that registration period is approaching. This is a great time to start planning your schedules and the classes that you want or need to take.
If you follow the link below, it shows an example on how to breakdown your classes by semester for the Associates Degree. You can but are not limited to taking the classes in this order. (If you want a physical copy you can stop by the office and ask for one.) It is highly recommended that you make a plan before registration begins so that when registration opens for you, you can make the “perfect schedule”. Be advise that the better your GPA is or if you are enrolled in Honors, ASAP, or Seek; you have access to registering to classes before the entire college does.
If you would like to meet with me to discuss some of your options or to discuss what classes to take, I will be more than happy to do so. I would like to invite you all to perhaps have lunch as a group at the Dining Room in our department. We will have lunch while talking about registration and any questions or topics that you might have. Please let me know if you are interested and I will make the reservation. If this does not work for you, I will be more than happy to speak to you privately via email or phone call.
April 1: Last day of course withdrawal with a W grade.April 8-12: Registration Period Begins by appointment only.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. I am here to help.
LENS: PHOTOGRAPHY VIDEO AND VIDEO JOURNALISM
Secrets of Food Porn Photos
NY Times food photographer Andrew Scrivani: OUTTAKES
Here’s the link to the New York Times article with Fenton’s photography, including the “picnic” (as one student called it in class) of Major Hallewell in the Crimea (right).
On the left is Fenton’s Still Life with Fruit, a very large (approx. 18 x 24″) albumen print from a glass negative, taken in 1860 when he was back in England.