"The process of creating a documentary in such a short amount of time has been complicated and a lot of work. However, the memories I have made are ones I will remember for a very long time."
– Blake Rozelle , Class of 2020

I chose Digital Cinema and Filmmaking as a major because I have always been interested in the film industry, and I was also very impressed by the program at the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences on the Pleasantville campus. The courses include many hands on assignments, the equipment available to students is quite impressive, and an internship is required in order to graduate. This spring 2018 semester, I enrolled in the travel documentary course to Puerto Rico, the focus of which has been the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. The process of creating a documentary in such a short amount of time has been complicated and a lot of work. However, the memories I have made are ones I will remember for a very long time. I am also a Dyson Scholar in Residence, and it has been a great experience to live within a diverse community of students in the residence hall. After graduation, I hope to do camera work or editing for a comedy or reality TV show. It would make going to work something I love to do.

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