Jenny’s Profile

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Jenny
Major Program of Study
Communication Design
Bio

My name is Jenny. I’m in my 3rd Year of College. I love to read Japanese Manga. It is totally different from American graphic novels because they are printed in black and white. Manga is read from right to left. I have a collection of them stacked on my shelf. I would usually read them when I have free time. My passion for video games has been with me during childhood. I still remember the first generation of Gameboys were released, and there was a long line to get them. Whenever I’m stressed out I use I feel more relaxed. Most of the day, I would spend my time outside and hang out with friends.
I am always inspired by food. It gradually became one of my favorite hobbies. I was first introduced to the Korean culture. Eventually, I loved their culture and wanted to explore in depth. So I started to learn their cuisine by watching cooking videos online. Thinking outside of my culture, we have so many different types of food brought into this world that it is endless.
Being able to travel has always been a dream of mine. My favorite place to go is Korea and Japan. Even though they are right next to each other, their variety of food is different. Korean provide more of spicy food, and Japan has my favorite seafood. I would love to explore these to the country when I travel with my family.

My Courses

Graphic Design Principles II  (COMD 1200_D156)

Graphic Design Principles II (COMD 1200_D156)

This course explores creative visual thinking and its importance to communication design. Students will experiment with image making techniques and learn to use graphic elements to communicate concepts and ideas. The course will emphasize the integration of communication concepts, type and graphics and its relationship to multiple disciplines such as advertising, graphic design, web design, illustration, broadcast design production, and others. Students develop projects from thumbnails through final presentations.

The Place Where We Dwell: Reading and Writing About NYC

The Place Where We Dwell: Reading and Writing About NYC

The essays collected in your anthology are focused on New York City and urban issues. Reflecting on your own urban experiences alongside these essays will help you become an active participant in discussions about communities, public space, urban art forms, education, homelessness, crime, gentrification, the environment, and other topics of debate. Thinking critically about cities will also help you learn to use writing as a technology for managing competing ideas and clarifying and defending your own.

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