Interview with Ori, a Business Finance Major | Campus Tour 2019
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I'm from Cincinnati, Ohio, and my major is, um so what interests you about your major? Nothing, really. How would you describe the academic climate of your college? Well, I think it depends school. I'm taking a lot of courses in the philosophy department and like the kid's there, the professors and the way we all interact so much different than my question forces. I generally say that like the teachers and the faculty would like to encourage open dialogue about things that's kind of like their teaching method. Which is something I enjoy, but it's not for everybody. Um, what is your favorite class so far? I'm kind of split between two different courses, which would either being reasoning in argumentation, which is like kind of like the other one would be African and Third World cinema, which is like, like, write critical analyses. Um, so what's your favorite place to study on campus you like? That's not part with benches like we're like most people are. It's like it's not weird, right? A little weird, like I just I just really like the scenery. That's very good relaxing, especially like you're writing a paper. They say that lake, the higher the ceilings in the building are, the less confined spaces. More individuals are creative, and there's actually studies, so just ability to sit out in nature and do my work is like great. What's one piece of advice you give to a prospective ER incoming student to be? I think I would say, just do it. Why? If it's you and what helps us study? Because I think there's this, like high school, kind of fed us false notions we all are. We don't have to read it, but like obviously, that's kind of contradictory if you're going to tell me that everybody has different learning styles. Like I found personally the first week of college honesty and I was doing a lot of the readings. Whereas now I'm doing what I'm doing with which is really engaging lectures, discussion, study videos and, like I feel like performing much better. That's just because that's what you get for me. If you don't want to do something, and if you think it's not benefiting you and it's like you have proof that it's not benefiting you, then why waste Yeah, that's what? Well, thank you so much for your insight.