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Gaelyn Rosenberg

Year: 
2015
Major/minor: 
English
Semesters in TRAC: 
4
Courses TRAC'ed: 
HIST 157, SSP 313, SOC 001

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What does TRAC mean to you?

Arguably, writing is one of the most powerful tools we can use as human beings. The way we organize and craft our words to ultimately create a voice and an identity is precisely why this is so. Society is continually changing and, as a result, Lehigh’s interdisciplinary curriculum is forced to adapt as well. Yet the need for writing will never diminish, despite these changes; it is intertwined with all subject areas and embedded in every class syllabus. Thus, from the moment I was informed of the TRAC Writing Fellows Program, it has appealed to me and it continues to fascinate me. Peer-to-peer learning is invaluable, and I firmly believe that TRAC Fellows have the opportunity to bring assistance, passion, and a sense of enthusiasm to the writing process and that’s exactly what I hope to achieve as a Fellow.