Jeff Rice’s article on what College English should be is a perfect question when applied to English studies at this specific point in our time. English is something that many people in our society today do not fully understand, or think of as a necessary skill. As someone else mentioned in their blog post, as an English major I am often questioned. What does an English major even do? What does an English major study? How will I use my degree? What many people are not aware of is that English majors do much more than study Shakespeare and poetry and read and write. There is such a broad expanse of learning when it comes to the department of English… Culture, Theory, Pyschology even. Rice asks, “What should College English be?” He says, “College English should be the intersection of the various areas of discourse that shape thought and produce knowledge… those connections that move from popular culture to the university, from geography to politics, from literature to film, from theory to theory, from celebrity to noncelebrity, from city to classroom, from the Web into our daily lives, from writing to writing.” English is seen everywhere and it can be applied to everything. Through being an English major I have developed many important skills that I know will aid me throughout my life, not just within a career, but with everything. At this time of “total information delivery and connectivity” it is important to understand how English currently functions and identify its direct relationship to the network, which seems to be everything.