-Hebrew Bible Religion course. I am so excited to learn about this. The professor is one I had this semester, and I think it's going to be a really good course with him. Also, there's 6 people in the class. So that'll be neat. (Too small?)
-First Year Seminar in History called Engendering Culture. It includes John Wayne movies. Enough said.
-Organismal & Population Biology, which I'm sorta dreading. But it's a W credit and a lab credit and a science credit. So with this course I will have successfully fulfilled every single distribution requirement I need to fulfill. So I can just take humanities and social science classes for the next 3 years. Also, I'm pass/failing it, so I only need to get 51% in the course. I can do that.
-Early and Native American Fiction. I'm interested in this, because I've never studied Native American lit, so that will be neat. Also, English majors have to take 3 pre-1880 course, and 3 post-1880 courses. I'm way more inclined toward the post-1880, so I'm taking the pre-1880 ones first. Because I don't want to be a senior taking English classes I don't love. But also, Native American fiction. Yes.
-Poetry workshop. I was so excited to get admitted into one. Creative writing, and especially poetry are good for my little soul. It'll be the most poetry-writing-intensive course I've ever taken. I'm a little nervous, but in a good way.
-Yoga, because bodies are for moving, and I like the way it works in my schedule. It's breaks up my class-intense days. I think that will work well.
So there way these classes fit in my schedule is a little awkward. Mondays and Wednesdays I have classs 9:30-4, then 6-7:30. But I don't have class on Tuesday. And Thursday I only have Bio lab. And Friday I just have 9:30-11:20. We'll see how it works out. I think it will be alright. I think I'm going to like having alternating work-days and class-days. I love college and that I can take such awesome classes.