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Sokha Chen Winter 2018 Blog

by Sokha Chen, April 1, 2018
There are various ways of learning new things in every quarter; yet the feelings for each quarter are completely different because there are quite a few things that I noticed for each season. For instance, during the Winter, I acknowledged that many people have complained about the cold, snow, or storm. But honestly, it is my favorite season because I can enjoy doing personal things at home or go out to make a snowman.

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Emily Wooten Winter 2018 Blog

by Emily Wooten, March 31, 2018
As my time at Kendall has been winding down to a close, it has made me reflect on my three years here, and what my future will hold after leaving Kendall. I only have two more quarters left which include the Capstone Senior Project (a big reason into why I wanted to continue in the Bachelor program here at Kendall). Without the help of the Kendall College Trust, I wouldn’t have been able to make it this far in Kendall.

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Prerana Sharma Winter 2018 Blog

By Prerana Sharma, March 30, 2018
When I took a class on American Cuisine at Kendall College, I was taught about the influence of immigrants and how each immigrant brought with them not only their culture but also recipes that have been in their families for generations. Over the years, it has resulted in what we call American cuisine today.

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Magdalena Rejdych Winter 2018 Blog

by Magdalena Rejdych, March 30, 2018
The winter quarter has come to an end and it seemed that this one, in particular, went by a whole lot faster than the previous ones. This past November I was able to participate in the Fried Chicken & Champagne Fest which was an amazing experience. When first arriving I thought that the turn out would not be too big due to the heavy rain that morning but once 11:30 came there was a lot of people coming in.

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Lights, Camera, Drink!

Lights, Camera, Drink!
by Bhakti Sharma, March 28, 2018 During my time at Kendall, some of the most enjoyable classes weren’t just the ones that I spent in the kitchen but the ones where I learned about food, wine, and food photography. The electives that I took at Kendall were probably as knowledgeable as the other classes. Two of the electives that I enjoyed the most where: Food Photography and Styling, and Wine Pairings.

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