Genesis Hernandez is a junior at St. Mary’s University serving as the recruitment director for the upcoming spring formal sorority recruitment. Recruitment kickoff is an event meant to introduce freshmen and girls interested in going Greek to every sorority. All of the sororities gathered and decorated their own trifold boards to show potential new members their general facts such as their philanthropy, sisterhood events, and values.
During International Education Week, students set up tables outside of the bell tower and prepared food from all around the world. This was a time for students to experience other cultures through everyone’s favorite thing, FOOD! Students enjoyed many different dishes including Kimchi from South Korea, Potato pancakes from Germany, and of course, Tamales from Mexico. It was a great day for the students celebrating diversity and food!
This project taught me how to change my tone of voice based on what I am speaking about. It also showed me that a lot can be said in two minutes, however it is best not to say too much. I learned many valuable skills that will help me with whatever career path I choose. Check out my project here and enjoy!
Sophomore Makayla Medrano knows how make many different easy dishes. Since she is a college student on a budget, she has learned how to make cheap and easy meals that taste good too. Her favorite dish to make is green enchiladas. This step by step video shows exactly how to make this dish and can even make you a good cook as well.
- Corn Tortillas
- Chicken (shredded)
- 1/4 cup of onions (optional)
- 1 Bell Pepper (also optional)
- Cooking Oil
- Garlic Powder
- Green Enchilada Sauce
- Monterrey Jack shredded cheese
After setting your own to preheat at 350 degrees, it is time to prepare your chicken. Spread cooking oil on your chicken as well as seasoning it with basil, garlic powder, and pepper. Make sure the seasoning is spread on the chicken on both sides. Once your chicken is seasoned, put it on a pan that is coated with tin foil and put it in the oven for twenty minutes. Once that time is up, flip the chicken over and put it back in the oven to bake for another ten minutes. Once the chicken is fully baked, it is time to shred it. Take a fork and shred the chicken. Take the shredded chicken and put it into your corn tortillas. Roll the tortillas and then place them in an oven safe pan. Spread the green enchilada sauce and monterrey cheese over your dish. Put them back in the oven for the last time for ten minutes. Once your enchiladas are done, take them out, let them cool, and enjoy!
St. Mary’s University sophomore, Sharriah Martinez, shares about how she spends her free time and why she is so passionate about it. Although she has a busy schedule since she is involved in the Marianist Leadership Program and a psychology major, she still finds time to express herself through a creative outlook.
Photos courtesy of St. Mary’s University. “The Bells of St. Mary’s” recorded by the St. Mary’s University Concert Band. Produced as a class tutorial on Final Cut Pro for Media Production.