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Michael Kjome April 30, 2009 Reflection Paper The End Writing has never been my forte. Naturally drawn to math and science I have always been good with the critical science rather than what usually gets referred to as the liberal or soft sciences. I had intended to take this course and get through it. Just another student in a core required class. The course description seemed somewhat interesting but the only available slots were offered at eight in the morning. I had not intended on enjoying an upper division writing class let alone waking up with the sun, but as the semester progressed I ended up not minding. The assignments and reading we had done gave me an understanding of what civic literary really means, something so simple but yet complicated. Composing Civic Life can easily rank as my number one course at the University of Colorado. Although it is not difficult to beat out courses like Molecular Biology or Organic Chemistry, I feel that of all the rigorous courses I have taken, this one has taught me the most. As well I feel much more secure in my writing than I had from
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