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German is important to me because I love learning new languages and find them very fun and exciting. German is also important to me because my family is from Germany. I have really enjoyed all of the German classes I've taken here so far and looking forward to learning from Dr. Stewart and sharing my knowledge with other students as a Department Assistant. After I graduate from Cal Lutheran, I plan on moving to Washington DC to work in intelligence and/or translation.Leilani Horowitz '23
I started as a math major, but added physics as a second major at the end of my first year. I was able to manage both majors since the lower division requirements for each major were very similar. I've tried to take at least one upper division math class and one upper division physics class each semester since my sophomore year. Having a deeper understanding of math helped me a lot in upper division physics classes.Su Ji Hong
I chose my major because I tried out a couple of courses in each major that I was deciding between, and I found myself looking forward to my communications classes more and more. I've also chosen to be a theatre arts minor, and I'm actually going to be able to graduate in three and a half years comfortably.Danise Kluss '18