“Coming down the mountainside, we’re being accompanied by beautiful Galway ponies. The sea is below us; we are above a rainbow. A student behind me says, ‘This can't be real life.’ Hearing a student say that meant the world to me.”
“I worked in the campus writing center for professor Scott Whiddon, and that introduced me to the academic field I’m in today.”
“Studying rhetoric under professors Scott Whiddon and Gary Deaton taught me the art of persuasion and criticism, as well as the importance of tailoring narratives to a particular demographic—something that is vital for the success of a television show and a broadcast network.”
“I fell in love with studying rhetoric, amazed at how language could harness the power of emotion.”
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