|Juliana Culbert, New Media Publishing, Second Year
What brought you to RIT?
I know a lot of people say the co-op program, but that really is one of the major reasons I decided to pick RIT. The professors in my major are some of the most interesting and experienced people in the industry and they all love what they do. It’s hard for many people to say that. Plus, since I’m from Florida, I had never lived in the Northeast, and I figured that college would be a good chance to try. It’s only four years, right?
How do you feel about your major?
I love it. Some classes are better than others, but I can’t see myself studying anything else.
What was the most memorable class you’ve had?
My Film Arts class was marvelous. We watched movies each week and got to learn about all the different symbolism in each movie. Also, Mark Dupré is awesome.
What are you most passionate about?
Identifying typefaces. And print.
If you could be any object, what would you be and why?
I would be a sea turtle. They are some of the coolest creatures on earth and they live a long, long time. Anyone seen Finding Nemo? Isn’t that explanation enough?