Sam’s day starts at 9 am, and he is currently living in the Commodore Dormitory, which was built in 1928 as a seaman hotel. There are 15 residential facilities for the Academy of Art University and the Commodore is reserved for freshmen, which is located in downtown San Francisco. Sam said that he chose this particular school because he knew they provided a solid base for film making.
Sam attends two classes related to
television and motion pictures. His first class begins at 11 am, which is
Production Design focuses on a variety of aspects that relate to production
such as props, sets, and costume design. This class provides Same and the other
students to be challenged and encouraged by peers and professors. At 3 pm, Sam
is in his Directing Actors Class, which is a collaborative class that allows
students to work and improve together.
The Academy of Art University has many libraries, lounges, studios and classroom with the state of the art facilities. Sam also has plenty of time to spend time with friends and fellow students in one of the many Campus Cafes that offer a variety of food choices. The Campus Cafes are a great gathering place to mix and mingle with other students to share ideas, dreams and work. Sam ends his day relaxing with friends in his dorm and he is glad he prepared for and is attending AAU.
Academy of Art University was founded in 1929 and offers many different Bachelor Degrees, and students are offered both online and on-campus learning.
Alastair Borthwick (17 February 1913 – 25 September 2003) was an author, rock climber, broadcaster, and World War 2 veteran from Scotland. His literary career truly kicked off with his first breakout work in 1939, “Always a Little Further”, a memoir of his experiences rock climbing throughout the Scottish highlands, followed by “Sans Peur” in 1946, a novel concerning World War 2.
Even as a teenager Borthwick pursued his literary ambitions, working with publications such as the “Evening Times” and the “Glasgow Herald”. By the 1930’s Alastair began publishing writings on his second passion, rock climbing, with Faber and Faber. His writing was notable for its unique humor and prose. When World War 2 kicked off Alastair joined the fight, quickly advancing to the rank of captain. He was responsible for a very notable feat wherein he managed to lead 600 men to a flanking position behind German lines in the Netherlands at night without the aid of maps. Alastair’s time on the battlefield served not to hamper his literary passion but to enhance it, as it inspired his second notable work in “Sans Peur”.
After the war Alastair got his start in broadcasting with the BBC, being contracted to present a three year series covering the state of Scotland. By 1952 he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire. By 1960 he had moved to South Ayrshire with his wife Anne, the place where he would spend the rest of his days. He continued to work on various projects in the field of television and radio broadcasting until the end of his life, writing and presenting programs on a menagerie of subjects, regarding his work on the program “Scottish Soldier”, a thirteen part series presented from the perspective of a Scottish infantryman in World War 2, as his best work in this period.
Sujit Choudhry is a globally acclaimed lawyer, speaker and author in the field of constitution building and comparative law. He has been active in the field for over three decades and has the strong belief that comparative law is one of the underused laws in today’s date while being highly relevant in modern times. He is often consulted by the governments of different countries across the globe regarding constitution building and reformation and has also participated in the constitution building process of numerous countries, including Sri Lanka, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya, and others.
He has written and spoken on many critical global issues, including Catalan secession, middle-east crisis, and political situation in Ukraine. The inputs provided by Sujit Choudhry has been widely admired and taken for consideration by many governments to resolve their ongoing crisis in countries like Sri Lanka and Ukraine. Sujit Choudhry is also the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, one of the most notable organizations helping create awareness in the field of law about comparative law and its importance worldwide. Sujit Choudhry is also one of the first people of Indian origin to become the dean of the top law college in the United States, the Berkeley Law College.
Sujit Choudhry is not afraid to face challenges, and it is the reason why he was one of the experts to visit Sri Lanka in 2003 when it was facing problems from ethnic groups. Since he has expertise in the cultures around the world, he was asked to accompany a group of experts to help solve the problems. During that time he had to travel to remote places in Sri Lanka where they were often checked by guards with guns. But, Sujit always stood for the rights of people and wanted to do the same no matter how hard it was.