This week UTS careers hosted an event called “You get paid to do whaaat?!”, a networking event that introduced Communications Students to professionals in a variety of fields that all have a background in Communications. This personally for me was an amazing idea because, while I know where I want to be in the future, … More You get paid to do whaaat?!
MDI This week we focused on different classification systems. Last week we talked about the Dewy Decimal System, but there are so many more systems including Ranganathan (1933) who suggested one of the most simplified system, that can be extended to everything. He suggests that there are 5 main facets – Personality (who), Matter (what), Energy … More Weekly Wrap Up: Week 2 – The Importance of Usability
So, this semester I am doing three already amazing subjects at uni – Spanish 2, Designing for the Web, and Managing Digital Information. The last two of those subjects are for my major Information and Media, and are both very technical subjects. Because they’re so technical, if I do them properly I have the ability … More Weekly wrap up: Introduction to Designing for the Web and Managing Digital Information
So, you may or may not be aware of this, but I am a part of a weekly RP. For all of those uninitiated, an RP stands for Role Play, like dungeons and dragons. Yes, I’m a nerd. But you know what, who care, it’s fun, and it’s a very good way to improve speaking and … More I GM’d!
I am an avid marvel fan, if you can’t tell from any of my social media, or even this blog, but by far my favourite thing to come out of marvel is the TV show Agents of Shield. While it wasn’t the reason I first got into Marvel, it is by far the reason I … More The Importance of Skye
image from marvel.com When you hear the word Marvel, what do you think? Most people think of superheros like Captain America, Spiderman and Wolverine. But recently, during the massive summer event that is Secret Wars, Marvel has released a new short series titled Where Monsters Dwell written by Garth Ennis with art by Russ Braun. … More Where Monsters Dwell (2015) Review
photo credit: marvel.com I know it’s a couple of months late, but I needed to get my feelings written down, so I’ve decided to do a review about the final instalment of the Secret Avengers series. This 2014 series was written by Ales Kot, Michael Walsh on Art and Matthew Wilson on Colour, and is … More Secret Avengers 2014 Review
I have a fantastic subject coordinator. Like actually fantastic. My course is only a small one, about thirty people in each year group (with about three year groups). She is also the subject coordinator of another subject with about the same amount of people in each year group. So in total she has about 180 … More There’s hope for my degree yet!
Yes, I know, Y’all may be thinking “oh, this is definitely turning into a social justice blog, I’m going to ignore it” but hear me out. This blog, first and foremost is written for myself, to practice my writing skills and get myself out there (read this), and also to talk about things that matter … More On Representation in the Media
Honestly I can’t remember a time before I was absolutely Marvel trash. Which is really surprising because I only really got into it about a year ago. Sure, I had seen The Avengers, Iron Man and Thor, and they were all alright movies, they were fun, but I wasn’t really into the whole superhero thing. … More Marvel and Me: How My Introduction to Comic Books Has Changed My Life