Barnard college dating scene
I'm proud to be a Barnard alumna, but my answer is really for ease of getting through introduction small talk smoothly.
Especially since I moved to the west coast, I usually start with saying Columbia and as my interaction with that person continues, I'll then clarify Barnard.
I'm more than happy to tell people I went to Barnard and about the very unique experience that I had there.
touching on the topic of whether BC classes are or are not easier than CC/SEAS classes: BC classes tend to be smaller and professors will better flush out ideas and explain more thoroughly if they see students are struggling.
As such, I think the content is easier to understand, making exams more doable.
There were experienced directors, a beautifully equipped stage with good lighting situated in the heart of the Broadway theatre district, and best of all, professional musicians in the pit.
But the Varsity Show at Columbia offered a boy like me something no other school in the country could supply: an almost professional production.
Along with a few other activities—Beyond doubt, the Triangle Show at Princeton and the Hasty Pudding Show at Harvard were classier ventures, because Princeton and Harvard were classier schools.
S.—in short, the sum total of what is on the minds of Columbia's typically intelligent, witty, frightened, jaded, hormone-driven 17-to-21-year-olds.
Everything is up for grabs: pompous classmates, the winds of war, the mayhem that is New York, (un)requited love, the core curriculum, the President of the University and of the U.
Simultaneously celebratory and derisive, the show reveals in skit and song the student .