Once you realize that you don’t need a special occasion to eat ice cream, the second part of your life begins.
Freshman Seminars Part 2: Race and Ethnicity in American Television
Part two of my series about freshman seminars, classes about very specific subjects that are kept really small and open only to freshman!
Freshman Seminars Part 1: Detective Fiction from Poe to Doyle
You may have heard horror stories about first year schedules packed with large, impersonal lecture classes, but some of my best academic experiences occurred during my freshman year. WashU has some amazing freshman seminars, classes about very specific subjects that are kept really small and open only to freshman.
When in Denmark…
About a month ago, I returned from a five month adventure studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. I have become one of those annoying people who will find any excuse to bring it up in a conversation. I like to pretend I am hip and European now for wearing black clothing and riding public transportation and actually enjoying the taste of espresso.
It’s so nice to meet you! I’m Simone, a rising senior in the College of Arts and Sciences. This summer, I am working as an intern in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and writing for this blog. I am so excited to share my experiences with you!