If I remember correctly, this post was allowed to comment on the class overall. And since I have seen someone do it already, I’ll be a sheep and follow suit. I was in this class because it’s required for the English major, but, to be completely honest, I’ve since dropped the major after actually being in the class. Horrible as that sounds, the choice had nothing to do with the people or even Dr. Seaman. It was a choice based on the realization that I really just did not want to put myself through more English classes. It would have been more work than I wanted to handle given that I’m already majoring in Studio Art. In short, I quit English. That sounds like such a cop-out, that I just don’t want to do it. But it’s the truth. I’d rather focus my time and energy on something for which I know I truly have a passion, something that actually gives me motivation and makes me want to work hard to produce heartfelt art. Anyway, wow, what am I even saying? Well, I believe that the class was helpful in regards to getting us to think differently about a variety of subjects. I think TT was a good choice for text as it addressed tons of relevant social concerns. It allowed for insightful discussion and, as quite an active listener, I often found myself questioning what I thought I knew. As for our hypothetical paper, I almost want to say that maybe it would have been better to actually writ a paper. I know that the other 299 class with Prof. Carens has to write a paper. It’s just really difficult to try and create a random body paragraph about a very specific topic when you have nothing else to tie it to. As for blog posts, I kind of feel indifferent towards them. At first it seems okay, but they’re something so simple that it’s really easy to forget. But maybe that’s just me. Okay, I’m done for now.