Christine Lan Thi Nguyen is a practicing artist and currently a student studying at UC Berkeley to receive her B.A degree in Sociology and Practice of Arts. She is interested in collaging, drawing, painting and utilizing anything that she gets her hands on. On her free time, she loves to explore and spend time with her family, friends and love ones. Her works mostly consist of kois and she has recently been drawn to working on self-portraits and enjoys discovering the effect of colors, lines, mark making and how it interacts with a new medium. Her work was recently displayed at the Worth Ryder Art Gallery, located in Berkeley, California.
Lisa Kristine Lisa Kristine is a humanitarian photographer and is known for inspiring change rather than just capturing an image. She is a San Fransisco native who specializes in indigenous peoples throughout the world. As a young woman she developed an interest in anthropology and photography before attending and graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in San Fransisco. She was mentored throughout her youth in the techniques of Silver Gelatin, a black and white photo printing technique introduced in 1885, and Cibachrome printing, a color photo printing technique that was introduced in 1963. Kristine strives to identify the human dignity that she still believes remains in this world, by documenting the lives and cultures of more than 100 countries spreading across six different continents.
Fall sports have reached their end for this season, and Sarah Koehler, the certified athletic trainer from Ashland High School, has finally started to enjoy some of the downtime between the sporting seasons. Koehler has become a familiar presence at Ashland High School and first started working there as the fall sports were kicking off. She is an employee of Essentia Health, but the most likely time that you will find her is when she is helping with an injured student athlete. In an interview, Koehler said that she had always had a passion for healthcare and athletes, so it worked that she should become an athletic trainer. The biggest concerns that a lot of coaches, athletes, parents and medical practitioners have nowadays is facing a brain
When I was younger, I always said that I wanted to be like my grandmother. My grandmother, who is a nationally recognized Cincinnati Enquirer’s Woman of the Year, is a successful Obstetrics Gynecology Registered Nurse. I’ve taken an interest in becoming an Obstetrics Gynecology Physician, also known as an OB GYN solely because of my grandmother’s influence. During the summer, I visit my grandmother in Ohio, and she often takes me to work with her and I get to see just what the job is about. I enjoy seeing the babies in both the nursery and the Intensive Care unit (NICU) as well as observing the OB GYN’s visiting with their patients while they are in the hospital.
In Miles Corwin’s novel, And Still We Rise, his first-person speaker, Anita Moultrie, unfailingly proves how proud she is of her community in South-Central Los Angeles. Corwin published the book in April of 2000...... Moultrie teaches her students in order to let them become proud of becoming part of black community in South-Central. Throughout the novel, Corwin consistently advocates against the brutality of racism in relation to black students in inner-city schools by including Moultrie, a teacher at Crenshaw. Moultrie knows later in life other people will “‘judge them [her students] by the color of their skin’”
Indira Bailey: Evolution of an Artist The Evolution of an Artist is about artist Indira Bailey’s childhood artwork. This artist journey starts from preschool to post art school. The artwork shows the primary drawings of a little girl, through the tweens in middle school, high school, art school and professional career. Indira pursued her love of art, she became an artist and art teacher.
Lauren Brooksby is Resident Assistant for 2nd floor New Heritage building 29. Not only is she a beautiful person inside out but she is also a great RA- someone that us residents greatly respect and love.
“DEAR YOUNG LADIES WHO LOVE CHRIS BROWN SO MUCH THEY WOULD LET HIM BEAT THEM” The article “DEAR YOUNG LADIES WHO LOVE CHRIS BROWN SO MUCH THEY WOULD LET HIM BEAT THEM” by Roxanne Gay, a woman of many talents and skills. Gay started her studies at Yale University but discontinued her education to pursue her relationship Arizona. Later, Gay completed her undergraduate degree in Nebraska and earned an MA with emphasis in creative writing from the University of Nebraska.
Maria is my boss at the counseling center and has been for three years now. I work under her as a sexual assault peer educator. I have weekly meetings with her and work with her when planning certain events that the SAPES may be doing throughout the semester such as the sex positive event that was held last spring. I have gotten to know Maria fairly well, making this interview feel like just another one of our weekly meetings.
This week in my LDR 101 class, I gained the knowledge of Womanhouse. I enjoyed learning about the enlightenment of sisterhood and the foundation of Womanhouse. On Tuesday, Professor Katherine separated the students into groups. Within the group, each person had to read a different article. In my article, the speaker expressed her personal feelings and the challenges that the group faced when they reconstructed the house.
Maria Martinez, also known as Marie or ‘Pond Lily’, was an artist that was world-renowned for her amazing pottery. After her birth in 1884, she lived in the San Ildefonso Pueblo in the Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico. Martinez was a Native American of Tewa heritage. In Pueblo, pottery is seen as a communal and common activity and this is how Martinez picked this skill up. By the time she was an adult, she met her husband, Julian.
Alina Diaz-Hernandez passed peacefully at home on Thursday, November 4, 2103 in Providence, R.I. at the age of 100. Alina is survived by her spouse, Francisca J. Hernandez Ruiz, her best friend, Elhaisha Tatis, her brother, Elias Diaz, her children and grandchildren, Rosalinda Bella Hernandez Rodriguez, Mariela Angelee Hernandez Mendez, and Jose Antonio Hernandez Mendez. She is preceded in death by her mom ,Leonor Anginette Contreras Guillen, her father, Elvis Diaz, her step father, Jeury Tavares , and her brother Derek Diaz and step brother Deury Tavares. Everyone above was/is a resident of Providence, R.I.