Are there classes Stephens should teach? A lecture on a favorite musician or every day activities such as changing the oil of a car.
Students share some of the subjects they’d be most excited to learn about.
Colby Elliott, a sophomore fashion communications major, say’s she’d love a class dedicated to her celebrity crush, actor Lance Gross. Even though she knows everything there is to know about him already, she wants to share this “incredible man” with the world
“But he still belongs to me,” she said.
Elliott said she wishes fashion styling would be added to the fashion communications curriculum. “Photo styling is cool but I want to actually learn about putting together the clothes for the photo shoots, ” she said.
Natalie Strauss wished there was a class that may stir a bit of controversy with some feminists, but she says it’s an important topic: How To Get a Man 101 and How to Keep a Man 102. These classes explore the harsh world of dating, helping the young women at Stephens weed out the good guys and hang on to them.
On a more serious note, Colondra Smith, strongly taking her future into account, said she wishes there were a class about how to “really” get a job. The class would include job searches, filling out applications, placing students into internships and by the end of the course you will have landed a job.
“The class will be offered for seniors who are stressing about what’s next for them after college,” she said.
Smith also wishes that African American Literature and History could be a class offered at Stephens.
“I enjoy learning about my history. I feel that I can relate to a class like way before I could ever relate to British Literature or something like that,” Smith said.
Now that they’ve shared some of their dream classes, what classes do you wish Stephens offered?
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