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LA Redcarpet Experience- Premier of the film Shang Chi

Living right by the Hollywood Walk of Fame I got to experience my first red carpet of the film Shang Chi. Being a Marvel fan I couldn’t believe that I got to witness an actual red carpet, one that I’ve only seen on TV. I got to see all the interviewers and photographers lined up […]

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Easy to Keep Busy

I’m a resident of California, but since I’ve started SULA I’ve gained a whole new appreciation for Los Angeles. There is always something to keep busy without here during SULA, whether it be school work or my internship at the photo studio, there’s a lot to be accomplished in the short time I’m out here […]

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I’m in LA! Yay!

LA’s been cool so far! The classes are insightful and allows us to get an in-depth, and close and personal (okay maybe not close and personal, but 6 feet) look into the entertainment industry as a whole. I’ve gotten to know so many new people here, and I’m sure I’ll get to know more as […]

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Long Islander in LA 

Coming from the East Coast, I didn’t know what to expect when it came to living in California. First and foremost, I surely can say I’ve learned that gas over four dollars per gallon is normal here, that “freeway” is the only word used in place of “expressway” or “highway,” and that the 90 degrees […]

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LA, I appreciate you. 

I arrived in LA a little over a month ago to embark on my SULA semester journey. One overwhelmingly common theme I have noticed during my first month here in LA is appreciation. The more time I have spent here, the more I feel I have adopted this quality many Californians seem to have, appreciation. […]

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Travelling the Country from My Room

This obviously wasn’t exactly the experience I had planned when I signed up for the SULA Program, but that doesn’t mean I’m not getting most of the same experience. While I still get some heavy FOMO, especially in Professor Ellman’s Capstone class, where we would’ve been taking trips around Los Angeles to different offices to […]

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How to Handle an Overwhelming Workload

To be completely honest with you — I have no idea. I’m still trying to figure it out. I don’t think anyone really knows because if anyone knew, everyone would know because everyone would want to know. Does that make sense? I don’t know.  I’ve spent this semester trying to figure out how to manage a demanding workload […]

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Working Virtually, Is It Worth It? 100% Yes

At the start of my semester and internships, I was anxious to see how I would connect to others through Zoom. I wished I could be in Los Angeles, not only to experience the city but to personally meet my professors and supervisors.  Now that I am nearing the end of this incredible experience, I […]

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A Good Day at Doomsday

When I thought about the idea of a remote internship, at the top of the semester, I was worried that I wouldn’t be getting the experience I had always wanted out of senior year. What was there to learn through a screen? Would this help my future at all? After a few months at Doomsday […]

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The Virtual Experience

When I first found out that the Los Angeles semester was going to be online, I was totally bummed out. I worried that I would not get a good experience virtually as opposed to actually being in Los Angeles. However, what I found was an experience unlike any other. My internship is at Beyond Productions, […]

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