Student interview #2
Virtual Tours by Students
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Who are you? Uh, Nate, I'm a commuter from Westchester. Uh, I'm in the I'm sort of in the film program right now, Face, and I think this is probably my third year. He thinks, Um, okay, so why did you choose peace? Uh, I chose paste because, uh, I work in New York City, and it's really convenient to have your campus sort of, you know, in the area where you work that way, there's not much of a commute, and you get the best of both worlds. You could get your education, but you can also work full time. Nate, are you capable of describing the student body or stereotypes of students at peace? Well being a commuter students, I would say that it's really hard for me, too. You described the student body because I guess that's one of the drawbacks of sort of the campus culture here is that, you know, there are sort of there's some outlets for commuter students, but it's really hard to be involved in clubs and activities just because of what time they take place. Give me a home so I don't really see much of the student body in lessons in class. I think the best stereotype that I've heard is that people who go to pace are just too cheap to pay the good. You can you name some of the pros and cons of going to peace? Or at least some pros and cons about pace. Oh, I would say one of the cons, at least in my experience, is for the Manhattan campus. Then other times it is the most disgusting thing you've ever tasted. Uh, and it's also as it's just a CZ expensive, as if you went and paid for, like food outside of campus, which sometimes doesn't make any sense to me. I think the faculty is probably the biggest pro at pace because they're all super dedicated. You know, they they actually at least most of mine have worked in the field that they're teaching about, so they know what they're talking about. They can help you sort of progress into whatever industry or or major that you're looking into. Can you describe the academic workload outpaced academic climate, especially for your major? Yeah, So being in film, like at Pace, the I would say the workload is really fair because it it gives you enough that, you know, you get an academic experience, and you do have to be thinking about things in that context, but then you have enough freedom to pursue other creative projects on the side. Nate, what makes peace different than other campuses and other schools? I think the big thing that comes to mind is, uh, it's locations because Paces, a massive school, has locations in Pleasantville and Westchester White Plains. We have a law school and white plants in Westchester, and then there's also we have a Midtown campus in a downtown campus, so we've just got tons of different locations. The downtown campus, I think, is pretty special because it's right by the World Trade Center. You know, all of the cool stuff that happened by the water here we get to be a part of that. Oh, and then I think one of the selling points for the finance degree here is that we have, I think, the second fastest trade clock in the world because of how close we are to Wall Street. Can you give any advice to your senior self, huh? Take advantage of all of the resource is that you can find at pace and communicate with your faculty members as much as possible because they're here to help you get your degree.