Diary of a Grad Student: Leap Year, Cartoons, and Opera

I looked to the coming of the leap year with dread. It was supposed to be the deadline of my thesis proposal's first draft. But, maybe the leap year has its magic. Alas, the deadline was extended. With a sigh of relief, I wasted time again. If you're a reader of this blog, you will... Continue Reading →

Remembering Childhood, Looking at Children

I realize that I have been neglecting my blog for a little bit. Sometimes, life just overruns us. Though we should not make a habit of letting this happen. There are simply too much to write about and we cannot afford any more slacking. The most touching, endearing and bothersome series of events is on... Continue Reading →

Daguerre and opening “Nothing to Declare”

Today is Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre's 224th birthday. I have memorized that name as an undergraduate student while studying Photography as Art under Prof. Eloi Hernandez. Ironically, it is also through her that I found out about his birthday. It is gut instinct that I sensed a Google Doodle in his honor. Who is Daguerre? He was the... Continue Reading →

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