Due primarily to the fact that Mary I is a fairly small university, we had a great relationship to our professors. I generally found that all of my professors were very passionate about their fields of study, and thus new students should not hesitate to choose whichever couse they find the most interesting. I, for my part, chose the following courses: literary modernism, media and society, American history from 1945 to the present,and a purely language-related course.
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