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British Modernism–THE Course to Register for this Fall
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Dr. Joshua Gooch: English Professor, Musician, Bread-Baker
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You only have one freshman year

British Modernism–THE Course to Register for this Fall

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[…]

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Dr. Joshua Gooch: English Professor, Musician, Bread-Baker

  Many of you out there may be unfamiliar with Dr. Joshua Gooch — one of D’Youville’s newest English professors—but here’s your chance to get to know him. Though only his second year here at D’Youville College, he’s already heavily impacted the way I approach literature and the way I write, and I know that the same can be said for other individuals, too. His high energy and openness to opinions make talking about critical responses of Jane Eyre as painless as is possible.

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You only have one freshman year

“You only have one freshman year.” Before attending college and several times this fall, I kept hearing that same phrase. I was told to live it up while you are a freshman and still can. You will have the most fun your freshman year. These words left me with pretty high expectations, many of which were met. Freshman year has turned out to be a lot of fun full of new adventures, new people, and new opportunities. I am going to share with you some of the highlights of my freshman year and discuss some of the opportunities I wished[…]

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