Last days of MOSAIC

Margaret Lin // Mosaic Staff Photographer
The Mosaic Class of 2012 walks through downtown San Jose.

By Silvia Cardona-Tapia // Mosaic Staff Writer

The last days of mosaic have been GOING BY FAST and I can’t believe that tomorrow is the last day. I know I’m going to miss our Mosaic family. This Mosaic class of 2012 is by far the best class of Mosaic EVER! My roommates have shown that they will be there thick or thin, day or night. They will be there crying with you or laughing with you, showing their emotions to you. Tears run down my face knowing that I might not see them a year from now. Joe, our dorm dad and Mosaic director, taught me to be myself, be loud, and ask a lot of questions. I came with an open mind and curiosity about being a reporter, but now I really do think this is the job for me. Thank you Mosaic Class of 2012 for being another family to me. SEE YA NEXT YEAR FOR THE REUNION. SIGNING OFF SILVIA.

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Not enough time

Jasna Hodzic cuddles Mr. Wizard Jr.
Margaret Lin // Mosaic Staff Photographer

By Silvia Cardona-Tapia // Mosaic Staff Writer

As the first week of Mosaic is almost done, I keeping thinking why is Mosaic not a year-round school? I wish I had more than two weeks with these amazing people. Nobody in the class of 2012 of Mosaic is going to forget anyone and everyone will remember our silly adventures. I know I will not forget all these amazing, kind, and wonderful people.

Meeting Kerri Walsh

By Silvia Cardona-Tapia // Mosaic Staff Writer

I think my second day was better. Today in Mosaic media coordinator of district attorney Sean Webby, came and visited us gave us a lot of details of how to interview people and. He is a funny man and an intelligent one also. Elliot took Jewel and me to interview famous Beach Volley Ball Olympian Kerri Walsh. I loved today. Not a lot of 17 year old high school students can say that they interviewed a famous person. Kerri Walsh was one of the kindest people I have ever met.