Foreign-Trained, The Circle Series For our conclusion of this series, I created a feature story in a magazine-style format. This feature piece opens with the story of a former gynecologist doctor from Guatemala. Click on ForeignTrained, underneath my blue collar to learn about his journey and more on the foreign-trained topic. Advertisements
Women have gone through an amazing journey to get where they are. Although many face obstacles from birth they continue to push past barriers and improve the lives of the women who follow. In my final piece for The Circle, I share with you a journey of The American Woman.
This semester has been a roller coaster of trying to find what I cared for. When I came across the topic of gentrification, it home. I realized that there are many views on the topic, but I wanted to tell my story and share what caught my attention, especially as a first hand witness to the changes in Echo Park.
President’s Note I would like to take this time to thank all readers this past semester. We, at The Athenian Print, have worked hard to keep your interests satisfied when choosing and writing stories. As the semester comes to an end, we would like to wish all Athenians and faculty a successful end of finals week and great Winter break.
Written by The Athenian Print Upon finishing the Fall 2015 semester, the circle begins to sound quieter, library seats start to fill, and coffee cups are being topped off in the cafe. It’s crunch time for students at the Mount. Here are what Athenians recommend preparing during finals week(s): “I make flashcards and quiz myself. I handwrite study guides.” -Melia Person, Sophomore. She also recommends to de-stress in between studying. Melia suggests pampering yourself by creating a mini spa, doing your nails and face masks.