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College Magazine’s Guide to the Comparative Literature Major

What would a multicultural and multilingual book club look like? Well, join the club and find out by studying Comparative Literature. If  you want a program that takes customizability to another level, then Comparative Literature might be for you. Of course, liking literature will help. Comparative Literature programs give students the opportunity to learn about…

10 Must-See Bookstores to Make a Pit-Stop at While Studying Abroad

Ever dreamed of studying abroad? Of course, the thought has crossed your mind! A majority of college students write “studying abroad” at the top of their college bucket list. From New York City to London to Tokyo, students studying in a different country are bound to explore their new surroundings. Those students studying abroad with…

A Journey to Home Through a College Acceptance

I’m sure most students can relate with dreaming about life outside of high school since childhood, ecstatic to begin their journey of self-discovery. My dream outside of high school began when I was eight years old, as I moved from LA to the Central Valley, leaving the familiarity of home. My financial situation wasn’t the…

College Magazine’s 10 Best Colleges for Studying a Foreign Language

The world of second language learning relies on a much deeper complexity than just learning new words or expressions. And for some students, learning a foreign language offers them a huge bonus to their careers and life aspirations, as most jobs and companies demand bilingual workers among their staff. Feel tempted to enroll in a…

Should You Sell Out? On the Value of Writing from an...

For this to make sense I should say one thing first: I’m an English major. That should do a lot of the expository heavy lifting.  Aside from that, I love writing. unsplash.com Over the last six months of quarantined self-reflection, I came to fully discover and accept my passion for the written word. I truly…

15 School Supplies English Majors Literature-lly Need This Fall 

Most colleges decided that classes will remain predominantly online, and depending on the type of student you strive to embody, this decision may have thrown you off of your academic game a bit. Enrolling in Zoom University had many students blissfully remembering their days of arriving on campus for in-person instruction (even at ungodly hours)…

10 Ways English Majors Stand Out to Publishing Companies

Have you ever spent your childhood pouring over the pages of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, wishing to become a writer? Or maybe you spent days and nights with a book in hand, making daily library trips and yearning for a real-life Edward Cullen to show up at your doorstep. As you got older…

Getting rid of Author’s Block When You remain in Serious Requirement...

Let me guess: You hopped on the internet hoping to spark motivation after a long fight with writer’s block. I’m not just a writer, I’m also a mind reader. Or, maybe I’ve experienced it before. In fact, I’m currently in it. I had planned on writing a list about the various topics to write about…

What Can I Finish With an English Significant? 8 Actions to...

We English majors have heard it all. “What do you plan on doing with that? Writing isn’t exactly a lucrative career choice. All you do is read.” Contrary to the naysayers, English majors possess unparalleled writing and critical thinking skills that translate well into any career path. The most obvious one for most is teaching,…

Leading 10 Outfits for English Majors

College students leave lot of things until the very last minute: assignments, studying and most notably, their Halloween costumes. If you’re not tired of hitting the books just yet, gather some inspiration for your festive ‘fit from your favorite novel or childhood story. There are countless characters to dress up as straight off the pages…

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