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Natalie Hoffmann Fall 2018 Blog

by Natalie Hoffmann, December 10, 2018
Another ten weeks have quickly flown by, which mean another ten weeks closer to graduation. This has been a very challenging, yet fun quarter. I started Capstone this quarter which was something I have been looking forward to since the Summer of 2016, when I started my amazing journey at Kendall College. I have been working alongside five other students on our Capstone project which is an Industry Challenge.

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Tree of Life – Levi Briggs

by Levi Briggs, December 18, 2018
As I posted in my last blog, I recently accepted the position of Executive Chef at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.  I had only been working in Pittsburgh for a month when an antisemitic lunatic walked into a nearby synagogue and killed 11 innocent people (he also wounded 6).  This tragic event took place only a few blocks from CMU and the community quickly came together in support of those who were suffering.    

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Kate Krueger Fall 2018 Blog

by Kate Krueger, December 18, 2018
My time at Kendall is coming to a bittersweet end. I think I’m actually going to miss school! I’ll miss my friends and the teachers who have invested so much in my future. My emotions are everywhere… I am full of excitement, stress, anxiety and hope. I am very eager to take the knowledge and skills that Kendall has taught me and apply them to the work world starting with my internship.

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Jefferson Rodriguez Martinez Fall 2018 Blog

The Art of Patience - by Jefferson Rodriguez-Martinez, December 18, 2018
In the culinary industry, everyone loves to say, “A Baking and Pastry student is by nature a perfectionist.” I never understood why everyone in the industry will say this quote over and over again. I love my career because it constantly makes me grow professionally and personally. On the other hand, this quote is true when it comes to developing a dessert, decorating a wedding cake, or when baking bread. Everything in the Baking and Pastry field must be done not only with love but delicacy. The more I keep submerging myself in my career, the more I discover a new me. In fact, I discovered a new virtue throughout this fall quarter.

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