D-Day for high school seniors going to college–May 1–is coming up and I know a lot of my friends are struggling to decide where they want to spend their college career. This makes me reflect on my own experience in picking a college.
I was that obnoxious kid everyone hated who submitted all [...]
This is what our English department looked like last year. Some of the people in this group have made very rich contributions to my life, and I couldn’t imagine my life without them!
Did you take a look at these wonderful people? They are some of my favorite people in the world: the McDaniel [...]
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 [...]