Better Living Through ActingPosted: January 27, 2010 Filed under: academics, acting, going back to school | Tags: acting, BART, San Francisco, urban isolation 1 Comment
So, as my acting class progresses, the work I’m doing is affecting me in ways that I didn’t anticipate.
I knew my heart would nearly jump out of my chest before performing in front of the class. I knew that my fear of making a fool of myself in front of (sober) people would give me moderate anxiety before, during and long after class had adjourned.
What I didn’t expect was that I would end up evaluating the very way that I view and relate to people. Read the rest of this entry »
MATHletes are the new QuarterbacksPosted: January 26, 2010 Filed under: going back to school Leave a comment
Well, not exactly. I’m not sure an exceptionally convoluted frontal lobe will ever get as many facebook friends as a ruggedly carved six-pack, based on pure looks. Read the rest of this entry »
We HEART going back to schoolPosted: January 25, 2010 Filed under: going back to school Leave a comment
Well, everyone, I’m one week inside the belly of City College of San Francisco! And I have so much to tell you about the past week. I’ve now been to all my classes, settled on a schedule, and even made some new friends. Read the rest of this entry »
Day One: Down the rabbit hole. And didn’t you know smoking is bad for you?Posted: January 19, 2010 Filed under: going back to school | Tags: going back to school, muni, smoking 3 Comments
After six months of paper pushing, document retrieving, minutiae tending, and nail biting, I started school today!
Today began at 8am. First, I have to say that 8am is really early for me now and second, it was especially tough after a night of very little sleep due to some wack-o thunderstorms that have been churning through the Bay Area this week. Read the rest of this entry »
Hello world!Posted: January 16, 2010 Filed under: Uncategorized 1 Comment
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome.
My name is Dwayne Alicie, and I am glad you are here.
This is the first post of what is hopefully going to become an entertaining and useful spot for you to visit.