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...As a graduate student, I have been mentored and supported by professors who take my somewhat non-traditional scholarship and academic inquiry seriously and who are not hesitant to rigorously challenge me...
Why are you majoring in English? I believe that the humanities—particularly the study of literature—are necessary for one’s development as a whole person. I see literature as a window into analyzing social problems, ...
What is your concentration? Creative Writing: Poetry!
Why are you majoring in English? I am fascinated by the art of storytelling through non-traditional methods. I want to devote my collegiate experience to the exploration of the craft because poetry has always helped me make sense of the world. For me, poetry is about discovery, preservation,… more »
I’m passionate about stories and the way we choose to tell them. I started out as a theatre major with a scholarship to a private school. I wanted to get into film production and screenwriting. The professor teaching my freshman composition… more »
Why are you majoring in English? I decided to major in English simply because I love literature and am fascinated by the impact a work can have on an individual. I study literature because literature is life; it enhances our human experience and teaches us so much about the… more »
What is your concentration? My concentration is Creative Writing–Poetry.
Why are you majoring in English? I majored in English because I had a passion for writing and wanted to be in an environment where new literature and techniques expand and challenge my approach for making art. I also knew that a degree in English would… more »