Most college students only get to watch one Olympics on campus during their time as undergrads. (Though it’s possible for students who need to take more than four years to finish their degree to have two.) Sure, the summer Olympics will probably happen at some point during your college career, but chances are, you won’t [...]
In recent years, President’s Day has become quite meaningful to me. For even though as a college student, I don’t get the day off, I do use the holiday as a time to reflect upon the fact that I’m so fortunate to have chosen McDaniel, since it’s been such a great fit for me. My [...]
As a peer writing tutor at McDaniel’s writing center, I have one of the best jobs a student can have on campus. For six (nonconsecutive) hours per week, I get to work with McDaniel students from a variety of backgrounds and majors to work with them to improve their writing. The students I help are [...]
In my last post, I talked about how I am able to take only 12.5 credits this semester and why it was important for me to have fewer credits than normal on my plate. But I didn’t talk about what I’m taking this semester, which is the fun part! Here’s a look at my schedule.
I knew from day one of college that I wanted to be an English major. (In fact, I knew by early in my freshman year of high school that an English major was probably what I wanted to be. While it’s not a bad thing to not know what you want to major in, knowing [...]