My last semester at Columbia I was told by my adviser, Marty, I had to start to make some choices as to what I wanted my next steps to be. He was one of the first people involved at Second City. He suggested for me to take a hard look at Second City as my next steps in my education.
I never in my life would’ve thought I’d have joined a sorority. I grew up with three brothers, I played basketball and worked out, I watched Will Ferrell movies and can out-burp anyone I know. So how did I end up in a sorority?
One week to go. Graduation was right around the corner and right now the only thing that mattered to the senior class was to accomplish a great senior prank. Jacob and Blair had been plotting the execution of a seamless and successful senior prank for months now. It had all come down to this.
Throughout every walk of life we are told that art is the child of creativity. As a student, we know that this isn't true; anyone can be an artist. Art, as a child, is usually fun and full of freedom, we are given the reins to expand our mind onto paper or fabric. However the governments and schools have took the life and individualism out of art, for me and many of my peers.