I like a bit of potato with my sour cream.
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Little Talks- Orlaith-Rose Comer (Of Monsters and Men Cover)
From the time that they’re hatched to when they’re slaughtered, turkeys go through hell.
I just realized that with a double major in philosophy and sociology I will not actually be able to study what I’m really interested in. There are simply too many required courses that leave little to no room to study other topics within those subjects that actually are of interest to me.
So the dilemma is, do I go on with this set-up anyways for the sake of being able to get certain jobs? This would mean me admitting the defeat of my idealist approach to higher education, if you call “finding meaning in what you study” idealist. Option two is that I can do a philosophy major with a minor in sociology and enough time on the side to do Russian courses or other electives (like feminist issues) to enrich my studies. The price for this is hefty. It would mean losing a direct path to certain jobs that I do actually find interesting. So it comes down to this; is it more important to get the most out of the next two and a half years? Or is it more important to lay down a rigid, less satisfying path in order to have broader options later on?