Debra Amador is watching International Education week carnival on Wed. Nov. 18.
Debra Amador is Sr. Administrative Assistant of St. Mary’s University, Center for International Programs.
She is director of the international education week, so she manages all events. There was a carnival in front of the bell tower. In the carnival, she supplies the international food.
She thinks international week is good chance for St.mary’s student and international student both, because they can share the experience and can have information about studying abroad.
Mandy by Ahmed Raban Videography and Production by Jiheun Han
Ahmed Raban is a freshman financial major at St.Mary’s. He is from Saudi Arabia so he makes Arabic food, such as Mandy. He actually doesn’t like to cook, but he likes making food for his close friend.
Mandy was the first plate that he learned to make when he started cooking and he has background story about this dish.
then clean the rice “ half cup for each person”. cut the tomatoes and the capsicum and cut half butter to 4/5 pieces. then put it on the rice. After that adjust the water level and add salt an ground cumin to the rice. cover it with aluminum sheet and make holes on it using the knife. After that put the chicken on it and put on the oven for one hour “ 350 “ .
Elsa Merlo-Fernandez works at St. Mary’s University Cafe Diamond as a cashier. Her day starts in the cafe. She loves her job because she likes to talk with many students. She believes they’re her kids and students love her as their mother. She is totally enjoying her work everyday.
Magda Olivas is freshmen in the St. Mary’s university majoring business. She started swimming when she was so young and after practicing many years, she got highest level with adults when she was just 12 years old. She recommends love and passion for what they want to do well is the most important thing.
was interviewee, she is junior and art education major, english communication minor. We had the interview in the edit bay which is in the academic media center on Aug, 28th. I was curious about her interest and the people who influenced her life, so that was the question.
I think this class was amazing chance to me. I am exchange student for 1 semester. I thought it is too short. So I wanted experience many different kinds of class in US. And actually there are not many production classes in Korea. So when I found Media Production 1, I’m very impressed and happy. But it was full already so at first, I was on the wait list. I couldn’t think that I can take the class. But I was so lucky and I got this.
By taking course, I can make many results. And, learning useful skill is one of the most things that I expect. And, I have interest in digital media. So the reality of digital media skill can be a base if my interest and dream. I don’t know what to do in future, but I think I will work in the area promoting and marketing with digital media and programming. So experience of this skill will be helpful for my career too. I can learn not only programs and producing skill but also can gain a sense of the production.
However, I worried my English listening and speaking. Because it can be a obstacle to take class. Sometimes I can’t understand professor’s word for preparing or assignment. That’s the why I’m so nerves when in the class. And the words that used in skills are not familiar. Or using programs are also my worry.
But, I am very happy to get my chance taking this class. The classes are my first thing and the last thing in STMU. Therefore this class and semester is very meaningful and helpful to me.