Seattle, WA – Citing complaints from students that their education has not adequately prepared them for the job market, Seattle University’s English Department has added several food service courses to their major requirement. “We just have so many students ending up in the service industry, it seems silly to not adequately prepare them,” said department chair Sia Dilver. Classes such as “Cash Register 101” and “Introduction to Order Taking” will now be required for all English majors, alongside more traditional literature courses. “I think it’s great!” Commented sophomore Lucy Garcia. “I was worried about an English degree because I wasn’t sure how well I would be prepared for a real job once I graduated. But this really changes everything!” Several other departments such as the Fine Arts and Sociology departments are rumored to be planning similar curriculum adjustments.