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I wouldn't change a thing. I loooooove USD- it was the most amazing school ever and I had a great experience. I majored in Political Science and French because they are the two things I am passionate about. The only thing I might change is that I was originally going to have a third major in media studies but my academic advisor told me it would make me just look unfocused. So I took random electives instead. I was 2 classes away from that third major and I wish I had just done it. I also wish I had done an internship with a news station because it's too late for that now. I also would love to go back now and get a law degree, but that's not really a change. No regrets in my college experience at all!
Edit- One change is that I might have applied for a couple ivy league schools and Berkeley. I had the grades for it, but I didn't want such a crazy competitive environment. In the end, I don't think I would have chosen any of those schools, but I do kinda wish I had known if I could have got in.
I actually loved my school and my major. But I wish I went to NYC.. and a big university, like NYU. They just didn't have the major I wanted. Maybe I'd go for like Parsons.
And I would have double majored rather than a major and a minor
Ha. If I knew, I'd be doing it now (for school, that is).
I went to college straight out of HS, and I don't regret choosing the school I did. I think going to college right away was my mistake. I didn't have a real clue as to what I wanted to do with my life, and I ended up wasting a lot of time and money as a result. I did meet Jon there, though, so I guess it didn't turn out too badly!
My dream job is to run a small organic farm and dairy, but that requires land more than it does an education. At this point, the education would be easier to get!