A College Career in Photographs
I almost transferred out of Southwestern at the end of my freshman year, but something in the month of May clicked, and I realized I was hooked. I was hooked on small classes and professors who cared more about their pupils than obtaining tenure or publishing the next big book their field. I was hooked on all the great people I met. As I graduated and time passed, the degree became more valuable to me. I saw that in graduate school my education was more than competitive with that of other students from liberal arts colleges or universities. As more time passed, I realized that a liberal arts education teaches one how to question, a practice that, as it turns out, has served me well for a lifetime.