By Gusmery Ramirez July 25, 2015 I felt like a journalist today, and it’s only day three. John Williams came back to make sure we had our portrait-taking skills down packed. Afterwards, we broke up into 4 teams. You are now reading a post by a Greene Extreme member. In our teams, we’re assigned 3-4 … Continue reading Greene Extreme, first assignments, and editing
Visitors to Stony Brook University’s Orientation program won’t miss the swarm of eager freshman faces and the people who work to make orientation an unforgettable experience for all: the orientation leaders.
Matteo Bracco’s passion for photography began as early as elementary school. When Matteo got to high school, he had the opportunity to take a photography course in which he worked diligently to produce great pictures. This course was his first real exposure to photography.
By Gusmery Ramirez July 21, 2015 Today was our first real Greene experience. From 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., the team and I had back-to-back lessons with eating and restroom breaks in between. It seemed never ending, but it was great to reflect on what I learned and to realize that it had been a … Continue reading Tiring day two
By Gusmery Ramirez July 19, 2015 I already feel comfortable as I lie in bed typing this. Having moved in just a couple of hours ago into Irving College, I have had nothing short of a great experience so far. I’ve already bonded with my roommate enough to know that I won’t be lonely this … Continue reading Moving In; From Brooklyn to Long Island