Rutgers College (English)
I am a Rutgers College graduate with a B.A. in English. My philosophy about writing is one that was passed onto me by Professor Dowling at Rutgers. Write like you are having a formal conversation. The biggest mistake I see students make in writing is that they make it too complicated. Students often manipulate and use unnecessary words in an attempt to sound sophisticated. When they do this they often sound foolish and their good ideas are lost. My goal is to get students to simply express their ideas, thoughts, and points clearly.
My passion for language also applies to my knowledge of Spanish. While at Rutgers I studied Spanish intensively and I have also spent a great amount of time abroad studying Spanish and earning high marks. I intend to continue to immerse myself in this romantic and lovely language as I know it is the best exercise for the mind and helps one achieve in all aspects of life. I am a Rutgers College graduate with a B.A. in English. My philosophy about writing is one that was passed onto me by Professor Dowling at Rutgers. Write like you are
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