One word I would use to describe my feelings for this course is excited. I chose this word as it represents my current emotion as I begin my first few courses for college. What concerns me most about this course is the unforeseen events that will follow. As with all classes I believe that there will be days in which things do not go as planned for both the student and the professor. I hope that when these events happen that they are resolved quickly and efficiently. A few examples would be my internet going out, my laptop not functioning, or the professor calling out sick. A few things about myself would be that I am majoring in Computer Sciences and I am of Spanish and Native American origin.
In the picture above is my brother Alex Rivas. He is currently six years old and will be attending Kindergarten in September. I chose this image because I love my brother and he is very important to me as he and I have grown closer together because of the pandemic in which I had and still have to babysit him. The story behind my name is a rather simple one. I got my name from my mother who decided that a name that is both commonly said in Spanish and English would be best as it represents both my cultures. I am proud of my name because although it lacks individuality I enjoy how commonly known it is and rarely have to deal with mispronunciation of it.