Sophomore Sarah Bogert of Laconia, New Hampshire, decided to attend the University of New Hampshire for its closeness to home and its quintessential college ambiance. “It’s just the right size,” she says. “You see people you know every day, but it’s big enough to cater to everyone.” Particularly fond of British literature, Sarah has “always been a bookworm,” and is majoring in English literature. A member of the University Honors Program, she is enjoying its small, intimate classes. In the fall semester, Sarah took a Shakespeare seminar with only six other students. “We spent three days on a single play,” she enthuses. After UNH, Sarah is planning to pursue a graduate degree in either teaching or editing. She became an editor for Inquiry this year to see how well the latter option suits her. When she’s not preparing for the next session of her Shakespeare seminar, Sarah enjoys indulging in mystery stories, watching thrillers, and experiencing new kinds of music.