YCW Grads: Where Are They Now?

Super-reviewer Paulina Przystupa (absorb her ouevre here) moves effortlessly from third- to first-person in her update, the fourth in our series

"I'm doing good. Paulina is here and going into her second year at the University of Washington and LOVING it. I am almost a junior by credit (only lacking six of those) and am having to go through the terrible decision of what major I am going to have. (Leaning towards a History/Anthropology double major) I just got a new job at Suzzallo Library (which you should all stop by and say hello). It's been pretty cool being out of high school and in my wisdom I have discovered one great thing: Always take the time to sit back and relax. Whether that be with a book, movie, or a blog there is nothing more important to one's mental health than the fifteen minute (to four hour) breather time."

Thank you Paulina. I'm taking your advice and making this my last post of the day. See you all tomorrow.

The Young Critics Workshop is a 5-month-long critical writing seminar for 11th & 12th graders and college freshmen who are interested in learning about arts criticism and journalism. It's taught by Brendan Kiley, Arts Editor at the Stranger. Applications for this year's workshop are due October 15th. Download more info here. Download the application here. Email questions to teentix@seattle.gov
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