When I first started pre-school, I remember playing with blocks and learning the alphabet. In elementary school I learned how to multiply and divide. In middle school I learned how to read chapter books, and in high school I learned about the joys of physics. Thinking back to pre-school I remember going to school was my favorite part of the day. But somewhere along the way, school became more about passing tests and memorizing definitions, and I forgot about how great it was to actually learn and absorb knowledge. That all changed when I came to the University of Illinois. I still remember walking in my first class of freshman year, Philosophy 101, and making some of my first friends in college. That class, along with some of my other business courses has 100% shaped who I am today. Especially now, since I am learning about all the various functions within the business world- it has become crystal clear to me that I have fallen back in love with learning. Going to class is great not only because you are surrounded by your friends, but also because the knowledge you gain the classroom can really be applied out in the real world. Business 101 is a course that every freshman within the College of Business takes. I know, personally, I still think back to group projects in that class where we had to think through situations and use our problem solving skills. I actually have a full day of classes ahead today-and I honestly couldn’t be happier to spend my time learning interesting and applicable things!
-Until next time