This story written by a student at a prominent midwestern liberal arts school is worth taking seriously:
My senior year of high school, I used to tell extended family and curious teachers that I was going to major in English or French or maybe anthropology. I loved reading and learning about people and was sick to death of math and science…
…I hesitantly enrolled in a lab science the fall of my second year. A few weeks into that intro psych course, I declared a psychology major with a neuroscience concentration.
What’s the lesson to be learned here? Read the rest of the post at the new Future Physicists of Florida blog to find out.