April Edition

Major Leagues, By Austin Li

I am currently in the second semester of my sophomore year and I still have no declared major. Let’s rewind a bit. Now, some people know what they want to accomplish in life from the get go. Read More –>

“Hot n Cold”: Major Edition, By Mikayla Tran

English. Those are the seven letters I typed into each empty, white box labeled “Major” that awaited me in every college application. While the English major didn’t stick for long, … Read More –>

Finding the Right Lense, By Priya Natarajan

When I was applying to colleges as a high school senior, I applied with a different major to every university I hoped to attend in the future. At that time I was rather indecisive and did not exactly have THE one “purpose” or “passion” … Read More –>

Major Decision Making, By Fallon Funseth

“Alright guys. We’re going to go around in a big circle and say our names, where we’re from, and our majors”. It’s a cloudy gray morning and thousands of freshman and transfer students are each sitting in mini circles … Read More –>

Interact Clubs Around the State, Spotlight: Claremont High School Interact Club By Alexa Tisopulos

Welcome to Interact Clubs Around the State, a monthly column highlighting a different Interact Club in California! Use this column to get ideas for your own Interact Club, form partnerships with Interact Clubs working on projects that your club would like to be a part of …  Read More –>

What’s in a Name? By Justin Lee

Choosing a major is almost like choosing a name for a child. You feel the pressure of having to get it right the first go around. It may keep you up thinking at night. You need to consider every angle of the name. Read More –>

It’s a Long Story: Why I Chose English, By Cindy Lim

Ever since I was in elementary school, I was always in search of the perfect story to read. I’ve always figured it was because books gave me a reality out of my own. It’s cliché, but whenever I read, I always found myself transported to a different universe without the need to get out of my seat. Read More –>

Major Decisions: Mapping my Journey to Public Health, By Sandra Chang

When I graduated high school, I was still uncertain of what I wanted to focus my studies on in college. There was so much I wanted to study that stretched over a variety of fields – computer science, cognitive science, international relations, psychology, linguistics, marine biology, creative writing … Read More –>

For the Fun of It, By Linken Lam

It’s been a long and tumultuous road to get to where I am, major wise, and it’s not finished yet. All my life I had been interested in biology and when I was younger, I had wanted to be a paleontologist. Read More –>

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