Ready for my last mubb game. Bitter sweet. (at BMO Harris Bradley Center)
I am the big noggin queen (at BMO Harris Bradley Center)
Instagram my face #Leinaproblems
Danny Pudi giving a tour of Marquette University. (x)
I met him two weeks ago. He is such a nice guy. Smiles in every picture as if he is as excited to meet you as you are to meet him.
We Are Marquette!
(Illustration by Sharon Grace, Marquette University)
I apologize to everyone I follow on this blog. I don’t follow very many so I tend to like EVERYTHING YOU POST. REALLY QUICKLY. So you probably get back on tumblr and am flooded with my love. You’re all just so funny and witty.
Yes! I actually have a super long in depth post on this here. Not gonna lie, I’m pretty proud of that post. I also do a couple of random specific reviews of residence halls, so feel free to creep through my res life tag.
If you want to avoid a party scene then avoid McCormick. However, sometimes it’s good to surround yourself in a loud and intense atmosphere, especially if you’re shy. It helps to make friends faster.
But it sounds to me like you’d be a good fit for Cobeen or Abbottsford. They’re both not too social but not too quiet either. If you can, I’d also apply for the Honors floor! They can be pretty social but they also tend to prioritize school which could you help you have fun and stay focused!
anon, I’m remedial and I apologize. You probably stopped checking to see if I had responded ages ago. So I hope that somehow this response finds you, I’m gonna tag it with all of the things! (or well 5 good ones, since tumblr only tracks the first five)
I didn’t have anyone in my house and I haven’t heard of anyone getting an internship with a museum but if that’s what you wanted to do then I am 99% sure that they could work that out. Dr. Carter (one of our professors during the spring and fall semesters) is in contact with the directors of many of the museums in DC. We’ve got lots of great contacts there. If that was something you wanted all you would need to do was let Dr. Murray and Dr. Carter know and they could work that out.
Political Science Classes are not the only ones you take in DC. During the semester you will take “Internship in Political Science” (I’m not quite sure if that changes if you take it outside of a political office, you will definitely get credit for your internship though,) US Congress, Interest Group Politics, Urban Social Issues (not posc,) and Arts in a Democratic Society (also not posc.)
During the summer you only take 6 credits: the internship and then topics in Political Science.
If you want to go and need to get better credits for things you are not required to take all of the classes offered. Instead you can opt to do an independent study with a professor back in Milwaukee. You’ll need to set it up with them but usually there are many professors that are more than happy to work with you on an independent study!