Hi. Im registered for HSTAA 101 (survey of US history) and the professor I will be having is Quintard Taylor. I looked up the ratings for this prof and they were really good, but not too many people were surveyed. So, I am reallllllyyy wondering how much the work load is in this class. I am taking this as my "easy" class since im taking 2 other science classes, doing 15 hours of research a week and im gonna be an RA. So 2 questions:
1. what is the work load like? a lot of reading? a lot of paper? how is it graded?
2. is the lecture/prof interesting?
I guess that was more than two :) but i would really appreciate it if anone who has taken this class could give me an opinion. Thanks so much!
I'd appreciate your opinion on the following courses and/or instructors--the more specific you can be the better, and frankly, since this is the summer quarter, I'd like to get a sense of how demanding the you found the course or instructor.
Phil 445 (Phil of Art) with Prof. Ronald Moore
Engl 354 (Early Mod. Am. Lit.) With Lecturer Henry Laufenberg
Any info. is helpful. Thanks much.
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I dont know a thing about Seattle, but I'm moving there for grad school at UW. With that, I need an apartment.
Any insight into the Rivendell Apartments and/or the Wilsonian (which apparently are managed by the same people)? They've got some hefty rents, but it sounds like everything is brand new and spacious. All I can tell is what I see on the website, which is informative, but not enough.
The rent is over $900 for a 1bedroom, which I've been told is ridiculous. However, I'm from NYC, and the price sounds like a steal. I'm worried I'm going to get suckered just because I think anything below $1500 is cheap. Help!
So, hopefully you Seattle area natives know the answer to this. Someone wants me to go to "the Opera House" later this week. Problem is, I don't know where "the Opera House" is. Do they mean the Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at Seattle Center where the Seattle Opera happens? Or is there some other place known to people with a clue (i.e. not me) as "the Opera House?"
Personally, I'd prefer not to let this person know I'm totally clueless, so... yeah. Help.