HSI is soon to end and I am to say goodbye to my friends who I’ve only known less than a month. I do feel we shall meet again, but it pains me to see them all go. In this multi-media class I have learned man y things, and have bonded with my classmates, and enjoyed the curriculum. I feel I have become more media literate, finding knowledge in media. Including social media, how the media affects people’s self-image, photography, and much more. I feel I truly have met the goal of seeing through the media, but not butchering it with my opinions. In my science class of Digital Art I learn many things about coding, scripting, and being creative. Sometimes, boredom can lead to other ideas. I have had many favorite memories, from just being with friends, to bowling with Chris and Shay, to cleaning out roller skates to help the people there (pretzel was very dry that day).
There are so many memories and great times I had, I could probably write a novel about my experiences. I feel I’ve grown as a person, by learning somethings are different, or someone might disagree with me on a matter, but that is okay. People are different and we must accept that to excel ourselves and our society. I also have bonded with others more. At my school, most people don’t have the same interests as me, but I have met about 80 people I can enjoy and have a wonderful conversation with. Truly, I wouldn’t relive HSI differently, for each experience is how it was the first time, and it would have been a fun experience no matter what I did. There were some people who I could have talked to a little more, and I should have let Keaton see his prized world cup. There are so many memories to tell my friends and family, in fact, they might not want to hear everything out of jealousy, or the fact that they can’t get me to stop talking about it.
My Flickr Album Here is an album with some of the many pictures.