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Delaney Dobson ’13
For my First-Year Seminar, I decided to take Professor Scott Rawlin’s Chocolate: From Montezuma to Madison Avenue course because I love chocolate and wanted to learn more about its history.
The class was designed to give you a taste of what a University Seminar is like, and it required a lot of work, but most of the work was fun! Every week we sampled chocolate from all over the world. We also watched a truffle-making demonstration by Tom Sciascia ’86, an Arcadia alumnus who owns The Painted Truffle. He let us help him make some truffles, which was a really interesting experience.
Overall, the course helped me make connections with my peers and to my other courses. The class was small, so everyone got to know everyone really well. It was easy to make friends since we had at least one common interest— chocolate!
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