From a liberal arts/humanities professor:

Professor Lynn Huber (of Elon University) has four recommendations for being “more than practical” when choosing a major and navigating your early college career. You’ll note she recommends pursuing your passion. Yours. Not your parents. Not your favorite high school teacher’s. Yours. To pursue it, you need to find it. Explore a variety of courses. Actually dig in, get connected, find out what your passion is. Then go after it.

She ends her piece with this paragraph:
“And I didn’t say don’t major in marketing, strategic communications or any other number of professional school majors. If you love it, you should be there. But if your passion is in another field, you’re selling yourself short by staying there. Start doing what you love now. It may be the most practical move you can make for the future.”

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