Wk 8 – Classmate Conversation – Maritess Inieto


This week I got to talk to and learn about Maritess Inieto. She is an awesome 20 year old molecular cell biology student here at CSULB. Her birthday August 7th, which  is a day off from being exactly six months away from my own birthday (February 8th). Though she currently lives in Long Beach she is from the East Bay near San Francisco. She also has a pet bird back home named Rosie. Maritess doesn’t work outside of being a student right now but she does want to become a dentist one day. This might explain why her favorite color being white.

As for the piece of art Maritess would like to share with everyone she chose, The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai. For her it has been one of her favorite pieces growing up and it is very aesthetically pleasing to her. For the question as to whether she would support her child’s decision to pursue a career in art, she definitely would. She wouldn’t want to put them down and would try to help them as much as possible. As for what apps we have in common, there a quite a few. These apps included notes, weather, google drive, google mail, google maps, calculator, voice memo, alarm clock, phone, messenger, safari, google docs, calendar, camera and photos. I think the main reason we had so many common apps is because Maritess uses a lot of folders but looking at the list I guess we are both trying to be productive students.

I am really glad I got to talk to Maritess this week and hope that she reaches her goals into the future. Here is a link to her blog so you can keep up with all of her awesomeness.




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