Quick Course Review

It's my second-to-last semester here at the Y--weird. I actually could graduate in December, but why rush it? So, because I'm taking my time a bit, I get to take some classes just for fun. Here is my brief course review.

Doctrine and Covenants (first half): I'm taking this class with Emily and from a teacher I've had before (Matthew Richardson). Love it.

Literature for Adolescents: Love it. We have to read 30 young adult books throughout the semester, some required, some not. I already know this will be a favorite.

History of the Book: At first I was signed up for Creative Writing, but after the first day, I realized that my professor was a complete bozo and dropped. I found ELang 524 instead, and we get to take field trips once a week. History of the Book will be a serious improvement over a pointless and ill-taught creative writing class.

Personal Finance: Love it. I love the professor, and I'm really excited to learn and apply personal finance principles. After the first class, I'm convinced that someday I can be rich.

Plus I'm the managing editor for the student journal Americana this year and interning with BYU Publications and Graphics. I can't quite feel out how busy the semester will be, but school-wise, I'm excited.

**Ha edit: I'm also taking University Orchestra. Forgot about that one.**


michelle said...

Sounds like a good lineup to me!

Denise said...

So glad you got rid of the "pointless and ill-taught" class! No one should have to pay for that.

Jill said...

This sounds like a great schedule! That Literature for Adolescents class sounds particularly appealing to me.

emily said...

I love love love that we have D&C together, and I'm thrilled that you got out of creative writing, though I am disappointed that I don't get to be one of your official outside readers anymore.

Melissa Marilyn said...

Thanks for letting me know that I was 'fired' as an outside reader as well. Sheesh! ;)

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