By ASHLEIGH GRIM
As soon as I began college, I was pressed to provide answers about internships, jobs and other future plans- but I never felt ready to answer them, or that I had the right answer.
By DALEY JENNINGS
From the moment I started college, my major was suddenly a definitive trait.
By LUKE ENGBERT
When I was a child, I always remembered being asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Questions like these were always slightly annoying to me. Even as I got much older and was going through high school, the worst of these questions started popping up- “What do you want to study in college?” and it would aggravate me regularly. When I got to college, it did not stop. “What do you want to major in?” is one question that I hear all the time.
By EMILY HOLLINGSWORTH & RACHEL MANNING
The English, Linguistics and Communication department released its newest major, Communication and Digital Studies this semester, making UMW the first school in the state of Virginia to create a major combining the two disciplines.
BY LINDLEY ESTES
The University of Mary Washington has approved women’s and gender studies as a major for declaration starting the Fall semester of this year.
This is the third attempt in 22 years to make women’s and gender studies …
“Oh,…that’s…nice,” “Are you planning on teaching?”, and my personal favorite, “What are you going to do with THAT?” Though I have tremendous respect for anyone who wants to become a teacher, people make it seem as though it’s my only …