Project Zuniga is a public journal filled with entries telling of my experiences as a first-generation college student stumbling through the higher learning system. We don’t all know the best ways of growing up, getting older, and to find comfort in unfamiliarity. This journal documents my journey and thoughts, each influenced by my interests and the surrounding world that continues to mold me. While I deal with the unpredictability of life, this blog should keep me sane.
I’m a rather simple guy. As a music enthusiast and casual sports fan, I’m able to easily distract myself from the intense nature of pressing reality. I’d argue that I am a passionate student of common experience and small details. Through the various categories and posts, I hope to share what I know and have been through to truly reach and inspire my readers.
“An artist must be free to choose what they do, certainly, but they must also never be afraid to do what they might choose.”L. Hughes (1937)
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