Riley Hansler’s Golden Standard was a pretty cool art exhibit. His message is powerful to a lot of us. Don’t blindly follow other people’s expectation, we shouldn’t value such items that aren’t worth it. To Riley what’s more important is finding your own sense of value, one should have their own outlook on life and live up to one’s own expectations. He wants to own his own company and desires to move out to the middle of nowhere. A simple life away from anything that’s anything is his dream. He, just as myself, doesn’t like being told what to do and being told how much he will earn. He likes to rock climb, slack line, and surf. Riley loves to work with metals, he has worked with ceramic and has created many different things just for fun. He’d rather die passionately rather than be rich and lonely.
This past week was able to interview a pretty cool guy, Shane O’connell. Shane is a freshman here at CSULB. Shane is a triplet! He has two other sisters but they do not go to CSULB. His major is business management and is currently running his own business. He makes picture frames and sells them to stores. He is studying business management so he can take over his dads business. He also played Lacrosse and some hobbies are going to the beach and fixing up his truck. He just recently bought a 2014 Chevy Silverado! He payed half of it and his dad payed the other half. The truck is completely paid off and Shane said he is planning to give it a 6 inch lift and put 35 inch wheels on it! I hope to see it all fixed up once it’s done. Shane is a cool guy he’s mellow and isn’t awkward at all.