The senior seminar–referred to as the Capstone Experience in the McDaniel Plan–serves as a chance to apply what they have learned in classes in their major to a larger project. The project varies depending on the program of study; some majors will work on a research project and show their findings at a poster presentation, [...]
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 [...]
I’m super excited for my classes this semester, and so far I really enjoy them all. I’ve even found parallels between what I’m learning in each of them already, which is crazy considering the diversity of the classes. Since it’s the end of the first week of school, I thought I’d take this opportunity to [...]
Hello, McBlog readers!
My apologies for the delay in my introduction, but I was off taking advantage of my liberal arts education traveling across England, Romania, and Turkey for 3 weeks with Drs Kachur and McIntyre hunting Dracula (yes, really). Not to mention, I’m a second semester Senior, so naturally Senioritis set in about three months [...]