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Hi everyone! 

My name is Kelsey Thompson and I am senior majoring in Public Relations with a minor in History. Science has never been a subject I've found particularly interesting and so when I came to Penn State, I wasn't too excited about still having to take science courses during my four years here, which is probably why I delayed taking my last course until now. Writing and all things PR have always been more natural for me and over the last two years I've been able to use those skills as a Captain with THON.  Here is a picture of my Public Relations Captain Committee from last year! 
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Throughout high school, I had some awesome teachers in English, Journalism and History classes who really inspired me. They made me want to come to class, learn as much as I can and then use those skills someday in the real world. For me, science classes were the exact opposite. The teachers I had never really made me want to be there day in and day out, so I never even gave it a chance to be something I would pursue.  

Hopefully by the end of the semester though, I will have learned to appreciate Science and take away valuable lessons and skills from this class.  

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We're on the same boat here! I'm a PR major as well, and writing always caught my attention better than most science lectures. Maybe this class will spark our interest a little more than expected.

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