Category: first impressions

Reflections on My First Online Class

Before this semester, I had no intention of taking an online class. I enjoyed the typical academic environment of sitting in a classroom at a certain time each week surrounded by other students with a professor lecturing in front of

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Learning Financial Accounting As a Busy Father, Husband and Professional

The Desire: Learn Financial Accounting Financial accounting is very exciting to me from a personal interest standpoint. I enjoy learning about how companies organize and present their financial information and how this information is interpreted and used by third-parties in

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Why I Took an Online Class

A lot of people ask me why I decided to take an online class. After all, I’m a full-time undergraduate student, and I live on campus. It would be easy for me to take the traditional on-campus section of POLI

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Taking Blended Online/Face-to-face Courses

By Zhe Ji Hello, everyone! My name is Zhe Ji (but I prefer the name Sammy). I’m currently taking two online classes–Critical Thinking and Computers and Society. These are both fantastic classes, which offer amazing and insightful introductions to logic

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Friday Center Student Nakia Hoskins

My name is Nakia Hoskins, intermediate blogger. I first enrolled at UNC in 2004, and am still in pursuit of fulfilling my undergraduate degree in African American Studies. Not finishing my degree in the “conventional” four-year allotment is becoming the

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Online Classes: Worth It or Not?

By Natalie Dwigans I am a senior this year at UNC and I’m taking my first online class. I wasn’t sure if taking an online class would be the right move for me to make my senior year because of different

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Friday Center Student Rachele McFarland

By Rachele McFarland The motto, “it’s always easier the second time around,” has held true in many experiences in my life, such as being a public school teacher, a Resident Assistant during my undergraduate studies, and even  a member of marching

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First Impressions: Friday Center Student Bethany Painter

By Bethany Painter From the moment we enter Kindergarten, we are taught to treat the first day of school as a big deal. We want to make a good impression — we wear a new outfit, we might style our

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