By Dean’s Intern David Lim at USA Today
Spring semester of my sophomore year at American University when I signed up for classes I figured that my fall semester was looking to be fairly easy and I would have ample free time. After a year where I took on econometrics, the intermediate level of economics and accounting, I thought a semester of communication classes more suited to my interests would be a great way to start the second half of my college career. During the past summer, I had the opportunity to intern for Bloomberg BNA, which I found through the help of an American University professor, and I took a job as a Resident Assistant on campus as a way to give back to the community and hopefully shape it for the better. I had two days without class planned, and things were looking quite nice.
How quickly things change. (More …)