I am a double major in theatre and English (literature).
Because of Principia . . .
I have an internship with The Christian Science Monitor. Paul Van Slambrouck, a professor in the Mass Communication Department, is the adviser for the Pilot (the student magazine), and he's a former editor of the Monitor. I jumped at the chance to work with him and learn to be an editor. I thought a lot over the summer about what I wanted from the Pilot and what I wanted to do after graduation. Then I decided to apply to the Monitor for an internship. Magically, they said yes, and that's where I'll be going for a semester instead of graduating on time.
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Thoughts about Principia:
The thing I like best about Principia is the commitment to education of the “whole man.” In founder Mary Kimball Morgan's eyes, academics are only one-fifth of the educational process. (The other four-fifths are physical, spiritual, moral, and social). That doesn't mean that Prin lets you slide, but it does mean that you receive a well-rounded education. It's a system that isn't totally focused on academics, and that's almost entirely unique out of all colleges in the world.