Hey everyone! My name is Marvin Barnhill and I’m a sophomore majoring in Labor and employment Relations. I hope to one day become a Human Resources executive or even a Lawyer. I’m taking this class to fill my requirements but also to give science one last attempt. In high school the practicality of science was never taught, and i struggled incredibly just to get B’s. However, my sophomore year in high school I had the best chemistry teacher who was able to give us real world examples of the things we were learning as well as give us great learning tools. Unfortunately, every other teacher was not that dedicated to the education of their students, as a result, science and I just don’t mix well.
I used to sit in class and try my hardest to put things together, but in the end I would end up saying/thinking “Wait…what?” And no matter how many tutoring sessions or extra work I received, I still couldn’t get with science. I have however found a passion for people and interactions. The liberal arts is just where I need to be. Everything liberal arts has been teaching me are things I actually want to learn and are truly eye opening. If only the same could be said for math and science courses. I will say that I took Math 034 (Math with money) and loved it. Maybe a similar story can be told of this class. I’m excited to find out!
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