And October’s Already Over!

Wow, it’s ridiculous how quick time flies when you’re busy with those projects slowly stacking up. A lot happened in the last few days, such as the NTID Job Fair which went very well. I met with several companies, gave out copies of my resume, had a few interviews and got great feedback. It was a good experience.

I’m slowly getting overwhelmed by projects right now. I’m working on a product that I’m going to try to submit to an international design competition. It should be a great experience too. RIT allows the opportunity for things like that to happen, great connections, great reputation with the Industrial Design community. I’m happy with the program here.

Yesterday was Halloween. There were tons of great events through the week on campus such as smashing pumpkins, Halloween Student Life Team celebrations, and more. I saw many great and creative costumes on campus such as the group of Power Rangers running around and karate chopping and scissor kicking the air. They totally won Halloween.

Pretty soon it will be Thanksgiving. I’m looking forward to that…seeing family, relaxing at home, the awesome food, but I have to work a lot on projects before I can do any relaxing, so I’d better get to work!

Good night everyone.

Dylan

 

About Dylan

Major: Industrial Design

Hometown: Jackson, N.J.

Why I Chose RIT: I’ve wanted to pursue my dreams of being an Industrial Designer since I was a freshman in high school. When I discovered that RIT had deaf students and one of the best Industrial Design programs in the country, I knew RIT was right for me.

Clubs/Activities: Swim, go to the gym and create art.

Hobbies/Interests: A hobby of mine is restoring old cars. I have a 1966 Ford truck that I drive at home, and I started work on a 1950 Chevy coupe over the summer. It’s a true passion of mine. I'm also interested in motorcycles. 

What I like Best About RIT: The best part of RIT is interacting with deaf and hard-of-hearing people as well as hearing people all on one campus. The opportunities I get at RIT as a result of these interactions are second to none.

Favorite T.V. Show: “Doctor Who,” “Lost,” “Breaking Bad” and “Smallville.”

Fun Fact About Me: I travel frequently. I've been to several countries including Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Portugal, to name a few.

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