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So, I'm an English major. That should be pretty much enough explanation as to why I'm in this class. It's not that I hate science or anything, on the contrary I took a ton of science in high school. Science just isn't really my thing. I'm not really a fan of questions that only have one answer. I like science, but I love English. So when it came time to make my schedule for this semester, not only did this class seem like it could be my style as far as science goes, it also wasn't at 8 AM, which is a major plus. Morning's aren't really my thing either. So far I'm really glad I picked this class up. It seems like it'll be interesting. 

So English major, right. When you tell people you're an English major, they almost always say, "Oh, so you want to teach!" No. Absolutely not. Putting the future of a child's education in my hands? Not the best idea. My goal is to move to Ireland or England and work in a publishing house. Granted I'll probably just end up on the west coast, where my siblings all moved after college, but Ireland is The Dream. I'm studying abroad this summer in Ireland, in a program through the English department. It'll be my second trip to Ireland, and hopefully not my last!

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The Cliffs of Moher, one of my favorite stops in Ireland.

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I feel almost the same way as you do, I am more of an English person and just cannot get interested in science. I actually chose to be a journalism major but English has always been a love of mine as well. Additionally, I also hope to become involved in publication as well! Nice to know that I'm not alone!

You're so lucky you have the opportunity to go to Ireland! You can check out my post here!

That is so cool to go to Ireland! I love english also that is why I am majoring in broadcast journalism. I hope you have a great trip!

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