We’re almost one month into the new year, and that means it’s reached the point of January when New Year’s resolutions are slowly abandoned and forgotten. Rather than letting your good intentions and healthy habits slip away, take a moment to recommit to them. Personally, my resolutions this year include making weekly trips to the recycling center, the usual “drink more water,” and most importantly, to read 19 books in 2019. I believe that setting (and sticking to) a reading goal should be one of your resolutions this year, too. … Continue readingRead More Books in 2019: Why Reading for Fun Should Be Your Top Resolution
There are dozens of English classes available for Clemson students to take each semester. Although each English class at Clemson is memorable, here are six classes that students have loved. … Continue readingAsk an English Major: What Has Been Your Favorite English Class?
Last spring, I took a class at Clemson that changed my life. I think it could change everyone’s. It was a seminar on leadership that proved to each student that all of the theories and formulas they previously were taught on how to develop one’s self as a leader – through both school and personal experience – were wrong. I think an activity we did as a class in February can best sum up what I took away from the course. … Continue readingChanging the Way We Think About Leadership
Typically, when I inform people I am a communication major, I am either faced with comments of confusion or common thoughts that this is one of the “easy majors.” Although communication can be confusing, and has “easy” aspects, like any major, here is a look as to what life as a communication major is really like: … Continue readingWhat It’s Really Like to be a Communication Major