What's up, SC200?


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Now that I've gotten that formality-- or informality-- aside, I can get this initial post mumbo-jumbo out of the way. I'm a sophomore broadcast journalism major/ theatre minor (for now) and, like most of you in this class, science was never really my calling. I've always excelled in liberal arts classes that were writing-intensive and strayed far from the beaten paths of logs, proofs, cells, laws and compounds. Next semester, I'm hoping to become a writer for Onward State. I'm taking SC200 because I may have never been good at science, but I've always wanted to learn a greater sense of appreciation for it and I'm hoping this course will help me do so.

I'm very social and willing to start a study group of some kind if anyone wishes to do so. I'm not hard to spot; I'm the kid in the back of the room with the mess of curly hair. I'm looking forward to working with you guys!

funny tp picture.jpg
Never fails to make me laugh.

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I'm a broadcast journalism major too! You can read my post here!

I love your picture haha. You can check out my first post here: http://www.personal.psu.edu/afr3/blogs/siowfa12/2012/08/first-blog-post.html

Hi Nick,
Make sure that you have a live link in your blog post!

Email me if you have any questions on how to do so.

Rachel

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