Scoop’s Corner: Summer plans prove daunting

Samantha Cooper
News Editor

When did you declare your major? When did you get your first internship? Did you ever change your major? How many times? Why did you change your major? Was it difficult? I know these questions are something we all ask at one point or another. I’m thinking about declaring and I’m really unsure as to whether I should do it now or if I should wait. I already know what I want to major in – communications with a journalism emphasis. But I don’t know if I want to double major or major and minor in something else. And of course, the question is: In what? In my mind I’ve already considered English, history, and anthropology. I’ve only taken one class in each, except for English because of the writing proficiency requirement, so it’s a tough decision.
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New Internship Policy Not a Liberal Arts Ideal

Zachary Kohn
Staff Writer

The opinion expressed in this article in no way reflects the views of the Student Government Association.

How many times have you been asked this question?

“What are you going to do with a liberal arts degree? What does that even teach you?”

 If you’re like me, then you have heard it for at least the last four years. Continue reading