I became immersed in Liberal Education my first year at the University, through the Global Citizenship Cohort. It followed me to my second year, as I connected strands and continued through my political science degree. In that year, I became a tutor for LBED 1500. Becoming a tutor gave me the chance to sit in a Liberal Education class I’d already taken and watch it from a different angle. In my third year I tutored Liberal Education 1000 both semesters, and kept watching. Each semester, I saw something I hadn’t seen before. That’s the best part of tutoring. The outlines don't change much, but what I learn; from the students and from the course, is always in motion.