Additionally, the explorative and creative atmosphere which springs from the vibrancy of the student body and the faculty is second to none.
There are so many chances to do great things at MIT, even as an undergrad!
Classes may include: the contemporary short story, poetry writing, fiction workshop, creative non-fiction writing, the creative process, and a host of literature courses.
Students will choose an area of specialization, attend readings, give and receive feedback in workshops, and create a portfolio of diverse work.
With so many different genres — fiction, non-fiction, poetry, playwriting, etc.
— writing courses cover a wide variety of writing skills.The campus is extremely safe and beautiful and the research opportunities you receive are unlike any other! There's definitely a higher standard and you have to work for your grades but you come out having learned a lot.Because it is a private school with lots of appeal in the heart of Los Angeles, it does attract a fair share of ignorant, privileged people.However, you can definitely find genuine people, just keep looking and being you! This is not only in a classroom setting, but it is in every aspect of their lives. Although a large school, the administration truly cares about every student, and there are countless numbers of resources available to help with anything one may need. There are so many different types of people, clubs, and parties, so everyone can find something they like. I am a first year graduate student in their online Museum Studies program.USC has so many perks and resources and I highly recommend getting involved whether it be sports or clubs! From amazing academics to contagious school spirit, I have loved my first year at Michigan. So far, I love everything about Johns Hopkins University.Classes at MIT are indeed difficult, with homework and associated studying consuming a large chunk of time.The beauty of this is that it pushes students to go above and beyond their previous understanding of what they believed themselves to be capable of.The Scarlet Pimpernel is the first story about a masked vigilante, and became the inspiration for Zorro and Batman.Arguably the origin of superheroes, it was written in the early 1900s by Baroness Emma Orczy.NU students tend to be fun-loving, driven and ambitious, both in their academic and extra-curricular pursuits.It's definitely a work-hard-play-hard atmosphere when you're on campus, and while there is danger in this as you can easily over-extend yourself (and many students do at some point), it makes for a fulfilling four years.