Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because you get familiarized with your peers. The class really brings you closer to the people in your graduating class. It also gets you prepared for the next four years of college by showing you where your resources are on campus and how to use them. The class also opened up a different way of learning at a liberal arts university. It taught you to read more with an open mind and to not be afraid to share your different opinion with the class or the professor.
In this course we read a book based on a place in North Carolina. It was about a soccer team who were mostly foreign and the struggles of being an immigrant. This brought up various discussions where we learned a lot about ourselves, as far as our views on different things, but we also learned how to have an open mind to other people's opinions.
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Advice for students:
This course is what you make it so don't go in automatically thinking it will be awful. If you work hard and come in with an open mind, the class will have a lot more to offer you. I also advise you to read the required text because the university picked that book for a reason, therefore it probably has some good stuff you can take from it.