Hi guys! The name's Tulio (yes, like the guy from Rio) Huggins, and I am a '23! I am from the beautiful state of Pennsylvania, where I have lived for the past couple of years. I am double majoring in History and English with a concentration in Creative Writing. In my free time, I love to hang out with friends at Christian Union, Apologia, and my fraternity; read; and take pictures! Feel free to ask any questions you might have. I hope that you all have a blessed day!
History & English with Concentration in Creative Writing
This history class is dedicated to investigating the history behind current events. In this term, we looked at the history behind immigration, Silicon Valley, and affirmative action. And in the final weeks of the term, we were able to choose what we wanted to learn about, and we chose to look at the history of impeachment. It is a very cool class with great class discussions. I would highly recommend!
COSC 1 is an intro to Computer Science course. I had never taken a CS course, so learning the new Python language was definitely tough! Even so, I learned so much about how to code, and the help provided by TAs and the professors is invaluable in this course!
This was the first class I ever took in the African and African American Studies and Religion Department. It opened my eyes to the various ways African Americans in the Jim Crow era survived when the world was stacked up against them. I would highly recommend!
I wasn't expecting to do research when started at Dartmouth.
I knew that it was a big aspect of the College, but it wasn't at the top of my list of priorities. However, during the spring, I saw research as a potential venture I could do over the summer. I have to say, the entire process of starting on research is pretty simple! For me, I started my search on the Undergraduate Advising and Research (UGAR) website. The website is supported by the Dean of Faculty office and has a bunch of resources regarding research, advising, grants, and more. One of those resources was an entire database of professors who were looking for student help on research projects! There were different filters you could put to find projects in specific subject areas, such as social sciences. There is where I found out that a professor in the history department was looking for help on a research project looking at the politics surrounding the Civil War and its aftermath. After finding that project, I reached out to the professor through email and expressed my interest in his work. I then completed a relatively short application with a few essay questions for the Sophomore Research Scholars program, which was the specific research program I was working through. I found out a couple of weeks later that I was accepted into the program, and I started my research a couple of weeks after that!
And that's it! I am currently looking at the 1882 Georgia gubernatorial election through the eyes of newspapers and personal letters from various actors in this race. I would highly recommend doing research during your time at Dartmouth. There are plenty of opportunities to do so here!
Like the college application process itself, I thought starting college in person would be equally as vague and difficult to navigate; however, Dartmouth was there for me in ways that I will forever be grateful for.