By Elizabeth Lee A few weeks ago, I was at a meeting in my dormitory about the best college for my major, English.
I was in the middle of a research paper that I was about to write about the English major at the University of Michigan.
The topic was not particularly interesting to me, but I was really interested in knowing the best colleges for my particular major.
My friend was also there and he wanted to give me some pointers on the college search.
“I think I’ll go with the English majors,” he said.
At the time, I had just started my degree and was looking for a college that would allow me to study for my M.
Ed. in English.
I wasn’t sure which majors were best for me, so I thought about it for a while.
In the end, I decided on the English program because it had a strong emphasis on English language learning, which was a great combination for me.
However, I also wanted to study the more general field of education, which would help me understand what it was like to be a college graduate and what I was looking to gain from it.
This year, I will graduate from the English Major at the university where I am pursuing my PhD, and will begin my second year of undergraduate work at a major that I love.
What I love about English majors is that they allow me the freedom to pursue my interests and passions as I see fit.
When I first started my research in college, I focused on English literature and history.
But this has been my main interest since then.
By focusing on a topic I really enjoy, I am able to find the best schools for it.
And I enjoy the freedom of pursuing it, because I am not limited to my major.
I can choose to focus on another subject, or pursue something that is in my area of interest, like music, dance, or journalism.
So, my ultimate goal is to work on a book, or a movie, or an art form that I really love.
That’s the type of life I want to live.
Although I do have a very strong interest in English literature, I don’t want to pursue that degree in English at this point.
I also want to work in a different field, like a business or a nonprofit, so that I can pursue other things I really like.
As a result, I have a lot of fun in the English department, and I am excited about pursuing a career in a career I really care about.
If you are looking for an ideal college for your English major, look no further than Harvard University.
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