2013 Issue: Economics

Schemata: Student Essays Across the Curriculum

Photo by Bridget Bellmore ('15)

Cody Marshall

ECON 236W: Moorhouse*

Crime and the Great Depression

Cody is a senior from Indiana, PA, with a major in economics and minors in philosophy and political science. He has served as editor-in-chief of The Lycourier student newspaper and tutors for the Economics Department.

*Note: The "W" after the course number indicates that this is a writing-intensive course. Students in these courses complete a combination of formal, high-stakes writing assignments and informal, low-stakes writing assignments with instructional support from the professor. The goal is not only to practice academic modes of writing, particularly in a given discipline, but also to learn course content through the act of writing itself.