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Hello. My name is Lauren Hall and I am a freshman. My hometown is Montoursville, PA. (wikipedia). I chose to take SC 200 for my first semester because i needed to take a gen. ed. science credit and I wanted to take a class that would be interesting to me. Upon reading the course description, I saw that SC 200 would work well, especially because I generally do not like science and it is intended for non science majors. Upon decided I would come to Penn State I chose to major in Secondary Education-Social Studies. I decided not to become a science major because frankly, science classes always frustrated me in high school. Throughout my high school years, I had some good science teachers, but I could never seem to fully grasp the concepts that they taught. I feel that I am much more skilled in other areas and probably would be miserable if I had to be confused by science in my professional life once I graduate. 

Here is a picture of me with my grandfather who, incidentally, taught Ag Sciences for 40 years
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Hi Lauren,
I didn't have you email so I'm commenting here--
Andrew wanted me to help you out with the blogs.

If you want to edit your blog, instead of re-posting, just go to your blogs.psu.edu page, sign in, and go to "Manage" "Entries" "My entries." From there, you can edit your blog and then re-size your picture a little smaller (same way you would do in power point by dragging the corners).

To delete your repeat entry, you can go into edit the one you want to delete, scroll to the bottom and select the "Delete" option.

We don't want to crowd the blog with extra corrected re-posts.

Thanks!
Rachel

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