Maryanne talks about why she chose sarah lawrence!
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Um, can you introduce yourself and explain why I'm Marion Roten? Andi, I chose Sarah Lawrence because it seemed well. It is much more flexible with people who have, like, undecided Major. So if you have interest in a broad, like spectrum of like studies, you probably can, like, take a class on each one and then see how you like it. Um, there's no like declaring of majors, so it's much more like simple. Um yeah, that's kind of what I was looking for. I mean, I would say it's a pretty, like, diverse campus. At least in like expressions of like, identity and such. Um, what's your major or what's your concentration? So I actually focusing on education, so that's The goal is to eventually teach secondary education, but they don't actually have a purpose. So I Grey will be taking different education programs like classes next mustard. What would you say the academic climate is like? Um, it's very it can be intense, I found, because it is like there aren't tests and quizzes and such. Which is kind of, you know, perk and like, you know, something hard to like get used to your writing, a lot of papers and your reading lot. No, but as for like when you're working with teachers, they're very understanding about, you know, inflexible with, like, scheduling. If you do happen, Teo, you know, eyes up and you have a late paper. It's not really I don't think going to kill you. What's your favorite and least favorite part of Sarah Lawrence? And why? My favorite part of Sarah Lawrence thus far has been like the seminar class structure. So where you are sitting and instead of like having somebody talk at you, you are part of the conversation, so everybody's kind of sharing their own knowledge. My least favorite aspect of Sarah Lawrence is probably how unstructured it can be. Yeah, you have to be a pretty, like, determined and organized person, I would say for it to be a very successful school.