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Question 3: Name any subjects, fields, or skills that you wish had been included or required in the English major when you were at Hartwick.
Satisfaction with the English curriculum is the most frequently expressed response to this question, with 8 people saying that they had been “happy” or “pleased,” or “impressed” with the courses offered. In fact, the only recommendation made by more