Where I'm From: Eastern Pennsylvania
When I graduate: I, ideally, hope to publish a novel or collection of short stories, but I'd also like to delve into the process of editing/publishing, too.
In these final weeks leading up to my graduation from D’Youville, I’ve found myself reminiscing almost constantly on my four years here and also wondering what made me decide to attend.
And this all led me to thinking of reasons why you should enroll here and, more than that, reasons why you shouldn’t. I know what you’re all thinking…How am I possibly saying this?! Well, hear me out, and I promise you’ll understand. So here we go, a list of reasons why you shouldn’t and why you should attend D’Youville College.
Registration time, ugh. It’s tough, I’ll give you that. Picking classes, advisement, dealing with the onslaught of all of D’Youville logging on at midnight. I’ll say it again. It’s tough. But here’s something to maybe make it a little easier: a course recommendation for the Fall of 2013. Now, if you’ve been keeping up with my posts, you’ll know two things: 1.) I love English, I’m an English major, taking Shakespeare and all that jazz, and 2.) Dr. Gooch is a great professor. So it really is going to come as no surprise when I suggest ENG 316: British Modernism taught by Dr. Gooch.
In honor of Women’s History Month, I thought I would talk about my favorite contributions to the literature world at the hands of women. This is a list of my top 5 favorite books written by female authors.
Women’s History Month: Honoring all those amazing women!
I’ve written about the Montante Family Library in the past, but I feel obligated to do so again. This time with two completely personal anecdotes, highlighting the impressiveness of Montante. So excuse me if I sound repetitive, but let me explain how the Library never ceases to amaze me.