Student Introductions

Introductions – Valentino Ivezaj

If you are reading this blog you are probably looking for some information about Stevens Institute of Technology. Look no further! My name is Valentino (Tino) Ivezaj, and I am currently a Sophomore in the Art & Technology major, originally from Fairview, NJ. For the next few months, I will give details on my experience so far at Stevens and give you a student’s perspective. My blog posts might make you laugh, they may even make you cry, but continue reading otherwise I’ll be out of a job. (more…)

Introductions – Juan Rios

Hello Everyone!

My name is Juan Manuel, I am originally from Peru and I came to the US 10 years ago. It was pretty difficult because I did not know anyone and I have to build myself up to where I am now. I feel blessed. I am currently a Senior in the Music Technology Program at Stevens.  I am following both the composition and sound design and production concentrations. Also, I am trying to get a minor degree in Computer Science. (more…)

Introductions – Virginia Keating

You know, I always thought about starting a blog, but never got around to it.  I’m not really sure how to make this interesting for you guys to read.  I suppose I could start by ending this awkward introduction, right? Anyway, I’m a freshman from East Brunswick, New Jersey majoring in Literature and minoring in Chemical Biology.  After Stevens I plan on attending veterinary school, as has been my goal since I was two years old.  (more…)

Introductions – Sebastian Castrillon

Hello Everyone,

Sandy made quite an impact on life here at Stevens. The last few days have not been easy. My name is Juan Sebastian Castrillon (I go by Sebastian) and I am one of the CAL bloggers who is going to show everyone what life is like at Stevens, how important the Humanities are, and how important the interactions between one another (or from one group to another) are in this world. (more…)

Introductions – Rob Ranalli

What’s a duck to do on a blog? Quack? This is my first experience with blogging, so hopefully it is something as interesting to read as it will be for me to express. My name is Rob Ranalli, and I’m a busy-body. I am a philosophy and history major who is also working towards his masters of arts in technology, policy and ethics; and that’s just the beginning! I’m a part of Redshift, the literary magazine; the Law Society; the wrestling team; and my girlfriend is in a sorority, so I guess that makes me part of Greek life, too? (more…)