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My Year in Review

Nirav Sanghvi on Tuesday, 19 January 2016. Posted in Student Life

This blog is inspired from Facebook’s “Year in Review” feature (no way else I would come up with such a cheesy title). When I went back and reviewed my year, I realized how much I have changed. I promise this blog is not as deep as the first sentence sounds. In this blog, I will be talking about things I have learned and adventures I experienced related to RIT because all this GOOD change came from my transition into senior year.

 

  1. Became a Brick City Ambassador (formerly known as Student Ambassador)

  2. Started working remotely for a clothing start-up in Dubai

  3. My web marketing classes helped me improve my coding and designing skills

  4. One day road trip to NYC for my 21st birthday

  5. Traveled to Florida for a week and visited places like Orlando, Miami and Kennedy Space Center with my high school buddies.

  6. Got certified as a tour guide

  7. Went hiking and biking to parks such as Letchworth State Park, Watkins Glen State Park, and Ontario Beach park.
  8. I learned that not all 100-level classes are necessarily ‘easy’.

  9. Finally started investing in stocks, which got me into reading news daily.
  10. Accepted a Digital Marketing co-op at the Saunders College of Business

  11. Finally done with classes (except one)

 

The list is just a brief timeline of my year '15 because I would not be able to summarize a whole year into one blog (and I’m sure you wouldn’t want to read all that). This is by far the most overwhelming year out of all the 3 and a half years I have been at RIT. Of course, that also means it was the year I learned the most. And woohoo for the last one on the list! All this new information and my part-time work experience has made me better in my major (New Media Marketing) and prepared me for the work I will be doing in future.

 

2016 has been great for me so far. I will start my co-op at the beginning of the spring semester and I will be taking the last required class of my 4-year program simultaneously. After that, all that’s left for me is GRADUATION! I will be looking forward to this year and the adventures it brings along.

Stay tuned!