This paper is going to kill me. It’s due on Tuesday and I’m still not sure if I’m doing it correctly, even with the prof’s feedback…I really shouldn’t have chosen to take this class, or taken it earlier. But it was my choice and now I’m living with the choices I made.
Grad school has been an adventure. Actually, it’s been boring and tedious at times, and there are times like right now where my GAF meter is about to break because I’m so tired of looking at it. But I learned a lot and I’m glad I chose to go to this school. And the best part? Free education because of the GI Bill :D
"It’s so important to see someone who looks like you doing it. It’s something our brain needs, to see someone who looks like us doing something to convince us that something is possible."
~ Asian American actor John Cho (Harold & Kumar, Star Trek) discussing the intersection of acting and Asian American identity at the Yale University Asian American Cultural Center’s annual celebration of Asian Pacific-American Heritage Month. (via racebending)