Did you accidentally wait until the last minute to find a gift for an English major? No worries! This gift guide features some excellent gift ideas that are truly useful, thoughtful, and downright awesome.
“To write is human, to receive a letter: Devine!” -Susan Lendroth // How true! Whether you're looking for some special stationery for yourself or want to send your pen pal the perfect present, this gift guide has everything you need to keep up your correspondence.
After you graduate, if not before, when applying to jobs or grad schools, you need letters of recommendation from your professors. Rounding out your resume, these letters attest to what you’ve done and who you are, professionally speaking.
Hey, it's Alyssa here! In the spirit of fresh starts and new opportunities, I sat down with one of our long-time friends of Dear English Major, Nicki Krawczyk.
It’s kind of cheesy, but I have always liked the saying “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” Especially when it comes to long-term goals, I believe that this is definitely true. Goals help us spend our time intentionally, stay focused and motivated, and measure our growth and successes.
At some point in your college career, the opportunity may arise for you to be able to study abroad. Studying abroad is a truly valuable and life-changing experience for students of all majors.
About 80 percent of students in the United States end up changing their major at least once, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. I am one of them! Yes, me, the girl who decided she was going to be an Elementary Education teacher when she was 16.
No matter how you voted or how you're feeling about the outcome of the 2016 U.S. election, one thing is certain: We need strong communicators now more than ever.