About the author


Welcome to my blog. My name is Celina Oseguera and I am a first year journalism major.  Don’t know what my blog is about? Read on to find out.

Architorture is a blog that explains the pros and cons of being a student in the Cal Poly architecture program with an emphasis on first year arch students. Honestly, I talk mostly about the cons. That’s more entertaining.

I am not an architect, but I do live in a freshmen dorm full of them. I’ve seen them stay up till the crack of dawn working on projects, walking the halls with faces full of angst and looking like they are at the edge of insanity.

After spending so much time with them, I realize that just because they are part of the best architecture program in the country, it isn’t always fun and games. Sometimes, it’s torture.

2 thoughts on “About the author

    • I follow your blog because I like its name. Are you a journalism student or an architecture student? I write about architecture for a newspaper (and for my own blog). I graduated with a degree in journalism. I think most architecture produced today is indeed torture. Architecture schools turn out creators of architorture that tortures people. Does that mean that architecture school is better or worse than journalism school? The latter turns out journalists who are ignorant about almost everything because journalism is about everything but itself – none of which you are taught. Do they still make journalism students take 75 percent of their coursework in subjects aside from journalism? In my day they used to, but you would spend your time not on that but on the student paper. Well, I suppose I’ve gone on long enough. Great blog!
      David Brussat

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