"I just knew that I loved to write and wanted to keep practicing and pushing myself as a writer. ... I am pursuing a specialization in the Study and Practice of Writing (SPOW). ... The classes I’ve taken for SPOW are some of the best English classes I’ve taken, and they have definitely given me the most marketable skills."
"My English major is kind of my saving grace. I love being an English major."
Emily is currently finishing an honors thesis that analyzes the action role-playing video game NIER. Her project looks at gender and sexuality in NIER and uses queer theory to show how the game critiques traditional fairy tales.
"I am an African American woman, who has an invisible disability and is married to a Puerto Rican woman. I would have loved to read characters who I could see myself in, but unfortunately, I didn’t get that. So, I want to help create that space for people like me."