The best photography degree in the country
The American Conservatives article The best journalism degree in America has been awarded to a college student who says he can’t wait to see what the next generation of Americans will make of his photos.
In a blog post, a 24-year-old named Jordan Sisler, who is currently a student at the University of California, Berkeley, says he’s been taking photographs for more than 20 years, including his college graduation.
He describes himself as an “outgoing photographer,” but his graduation was bittersweet.
Sislers mother was not pleased.
“As a photographer, I’ve been a fan of Jordan for years,” she told the Washington Examiner.
“I was always a big fan of his photography and love his work.
But it’s not about that anymore.”
Sislers father was also unimpressed.
“I have been a huge fan of [his work], but I have always felt that the pictures that you see are not what you are supposed to see,” he said.
Sisler was also frustrated with the lack of exposure he received from his peers.
“The only way I’ve gotten exposure is through the public eye, and that is not the case anymore,” he wrote.
“For the first time in my life, I can now see the world through my own eyes.”
According to the American Conservative, Siszer’s graduation was delayed because the university was unable to meet the deadline for students to complete a bachelor’s degree program.
The website states that the college is offering a photography degree to students with an average of 6.6 credits and an average GPA of 3.4.
The American Conservative reports that the school is not allowing any applicants with less than 6.5 credits and a GPA below 3.0 to apply to graduate.