I enjoyed the performance even though I got their a bit late and so wasn’t able to sit next to anybody i know. I was a bit disappointed that they didn’t show any of the monologues from our class. several of the monologues were hilarious and a couple were very serious. I found the one about quitting smoking too be especially funny. I almost left the room in the middle but I ended up staying and I’m glad that I did.
so far i have found most of the teachers at baruch to be very good and actually care about making the students succeed. and most of the students seem friendly and i haven’t had any problems with people discriminating because I’m jewish which i was abit worried about. however i am still having major problems with my procrastination. i tell myself that i will finish the essay on sunday so i have plenty of time to do other stuff during the week and then on sunday i get distracted and before i know it sunday is already over and i have to rush to complete the essay and hand in a subpar essay.
I thought the Baruch Voices performance was simply splendid. It was very funny and entertaining. I thought it was a great t that us Baruch students got to see such an interesting show. I really liked how they tried to make it interesting however they could have talked more about things pertaining specifically to Baruch. That would have made it more meaningful to me
I chose this image because it reflects my general attitude so far Baruch. I don’t know where many things are, I am struggling in classes and and in garnering the responsibility necessary to be a successful adult. I am not too concerning though. I think a major reason i feel so confused is because I didn’t take things as seriously as I should have at the beginning of the semester. This made it so I had to play catch up and continue to learn new material while trying to cram in the old stuff as well. I am optimistic for next semester when I will have a fresh start and I can start off running as opposed to falling behind. I am using this first semester as a learning experience that I can use as a building block for the rest of my time at Baruch.
Voices was an interesting experience for me because I initially thought it was going to be a waste of my time, but some parts turned out to be pretty funny. One of the monologues that stood out to me was the one about the boy continuously obsessing over his girlfriend. I thought that was weird and slightly annoying. Anyway, although it didn’t really help me academically, I thought it was a good ending to our class.
Baruch voices was a fascinating event. It really related to the lives of us. it was really interesting at certain points. But i was mainly distracted at the presentation due to numerous school work assignments. But overall it was a great performance and i really enjoyed it and it was a fantastic year.
The best I could say about the Voices is tht it was comical and entertaining. If it was supposed to symbolize our experience here at Baruch then unfortunately I did not see the connection. That still does not take away from the fact that I enjoyed the voices. I do wish Asif’s monologue was performed because that one was hilarious. I would love to find out how the Baruch Voices changes over the course of my time at this school!
I chose this image to reflect my first semester at Baruch because all i’ve done is procrastinate. Ive put off the majority of my work until the last minute, and it’s led to me being pretty stressed out the majority of the time. To keep my self from stressing out to bad, I’ve ended up just watching TV and going on the internet to keep myself happy and relaxed, but in reality, all I’m doing is procrastinating to relieve the stress that I endure from procrastinating. In general, I’ve probably spent the majority of my time doing something to keep my mind off of my responsibilities, because just thinking about them stresses me out even more. Ive enjoyed my semester at Baruch, but I only enjoyed it because somehow, i managed not to think about all the work I have to do.
I think Baruch Voices would have been better if they had chosen a monologue from our class only because it would be cool to know whose monologue that was. I’m not saying it was a bad performance. The performance wasn’t as interesting as i expected it to be. I dont know if it was the acting or the monologue itself that lost my attention.
well I used this picture to reflect my experience in Baruch during my first semester here as a freshman because I felt lost everyday. The maze symbolizes being lost and I was confused all the time. Hopefully it’s just because it was my first semester in college and hopefully I feel more away next semester now that I have a little more experience. I know exactly what to do to improve my situation.