About me

Hi! My name is Sabrina Sueiro, and I’m from New York. I’m majoring in Psychology with a minor in Forensic Science. I have a golden retriever named Kasey, and a cat named Crystal. I adore animals; I’ve actually been a vegetarian for 5 years. Some of my hobbies are reading, drawing, hanging out with friends, and watching TV. A few of my favorite TV shows are The Office, The Sinner, Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, and Queer Eye.

I can’t wait to get to know you all! 

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Introduction

Hi, my name is Max Tyler and I’m from Brick, New Jersey. I plan on majoring in Chemical Engineering, and possibly going forward to a master’s degree in Bio-molecular Chemical Engineering. I have a heavy interest for math on top of chemistry, so I might try and obtain a minor in Mathematics. Outside of school I enjoy to play chess and I also play the guitar. I am excited to see what the semester brings, and can’t wait to experience all there is to experience at UD.

About Me !!

Hello all, I’m Erin McGay from Newark, Delaware! I grew up only 10 minutes away from UD and attended a high school directly next to the UD Courtyard apartments. I played field hockey all 4 years and have swam for 13 years (summer swim and 4 years of high school swim). I love cats, I have 2 cats (and if there was a famine I would NOT eat my cats, I’d rather die for them) Sammie and Trixie. I’m a Communication Interest here and I love TV and movies!

Thanks for reading!

My intro

Hi everyone! My name is Nicole Rosenthal. Everyone I know calls me Nikki though. I am from Westchester, New York. I have one older sister. I am so excited to start college at University of Delaware. I will be majoring in Secondary Math Education. Unpopular opinion but math is my favorite subject, as you can probably assume from my major. Writing is not my strongest skill but I am looking forward to this class. I love to hang out with friends, exercise, and travel. I am a friendly person and I love meeting new people. Good luck to everyone this first semester!

Introducing Me :)

Hi, my name is Angela Tran and I am a double major in Psychology and Neuroscience, but I hope to add English as a minor soon! I am from right here in Delaware in a small, but growing, town called Middletown. I love reading, especially literature from the literary canon, but also enjoy writing. I love satire, so obviously I love shows such as The Office and Parks and Rec! Honestly, I try to be funny but I’m probably not. I am quite friendly and usually am smiling or laughing, but am also incredibly blunt and loud (which can get obnoxious). I am so excited for college and my time at UD and pursuing a path to reach my goal of becoming a Neuropsychologist.

I am so excited to read all about you guys and see your future posts!

About me :)

Hi everyone! My name is Jenna Walters and I’m majoring in early childhood education. I live in New Jersey and have two older brothers. I’m a very active person who loves to play sports and go to the gym. Also, I enjoy hanging out with my friends and watching movies.

Nice to meet you all!

Cook up a feast

Hello all,

My name is Anij’ya Wilson but some people call me “Yay”. I grew up in Newark, Delaware with my mom and two sisters. I am the youngest so of course people thing I am a spoiled brat but I do not see myself as that. I work very hard for everything that I am approached with. When I was younger I loved my mom doing everything for me but since I grew up I decided I needed to start doing some stuff for me so I found out how to cook but not the food your think. I cook food from around the world. When I went to Costa Rica in April I found out how to cook some Authentic dishes for my family. Ever since then I search up new recipes each and every week. I love to show people all my different entrees I can make you would think I took up Culinary. I would be more than happy to help you cook up a feast. Thank you readers I will be back again.

Blog Posts

Welcome to the class blog for E110 Sections 020, 021 and 025 for the Fall semester of 2019! All three of my sections share this blog, so you’re interacting with students you may not always see in class–66 students in total. Your blog posts will always appear below this message (this post is sticky). Remember to check the syllabus or course calendar for blog post and comment due dates, and what the posts are actually supposed to be.

Quick reminders:

  • Give your post a title. Seriously.
  • Check your spelling and grammar. There’s no point in posting if no one can read it.
  • Do not post your personal contact information on the blog. We’re shielded from search engines, but don’t give the spambots something to hold on to.
  • This is the internet. The internet is basically the same thing as being in public.

Anyway, this is the internet, not kindergarten. I think you know what to do and what not to do.