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You could do English or Philosophy. History and even Sociology would be good choices. But I would go with English...it will help prepare you for the large amount of reading and writing that law students do.
You should not have a problem at St. Mary's. Partys happen but there is no pressure to go to them. If you do go to them you don't have to drink. You will always find people on campus hanging out in the dorms watching movies or participating in on-campus events. I personally am not a big partier/drinker and I am fine. I have friends that like to go out and friends that don't. St. Mary's is pretty relaxed.
I have a history major, and I find it enjoyable, engaging, and I have learned alot from various courses. I specify in Asian Studies, so my history courses are concerned with China, Japan, India and the surrounding region, but I am currently in an American Revolutionary course which I am very thrilled with!
It's very excellent, but very challenging. You should be focused into what classes you'll be taking fairly early on, but a guideline does exist on St Mary's website.
I heard there is a minor with a concentration in colonial history, which is my area of interest. Have either of you heard of anyone in that program?
The major and minor have optional focuses on United States, Europe, & Asia, Africa and Latin America, but you have to have one of each of these topics to get the major/minor. You can have more of these topics if you want. Like I said, my focus is on Asia, so I have taken two courses on the histories of China and Japan, but I also need classes that speak on both Europe and the US (thus my Am Rev class). I am not aware of a concentration in colonial history, but there are several classes that you could take with that focus.
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Written by Jess O'Rear
St. Mary's looks like it's going to be a boring campus in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do for fun. But most students find that this impression is wrong once they stay here for a bit and meet everyone. The friendly students and faculty make St. Mary's a warm and inviting place for anyone who comes on campus and makes everyone who comes here feel right at home. Students create amazing memories for one another hanging out by the water or lazing around on the grass, taking a stroll through Historic St. Mary's City or going swimming down by The Point while a bonfire rages on the sand. Students here manage to get a quality education that will get them further in life than they ever imagined, while enjoying what is supposed to be the best four years of their lives. Students who graduate are excited for their futures to unfold but also full of regret that they must leave St. Mary's, the place that that have lovingly called "home" for so long.
St. Mary's facilitates learning and loving life through incredible faculty, amazing course offerings, and a general atmosphere of broadening horizons and fostering growth within students. Students who attend St. Mary's come out adults who have been given the opportunity to experience things they never thought they would have and learned so much through these experiences that they would not have learned having gone somewhere else.
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