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    Jan 26, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    Humanities is much more detailed than history. It takes about the art, music, sculpture, and thoughts of the people rather than focusing on the bloodshed. I adore humanities either way, but the PROFESSOR is what made it all for me. Professor Engel is amazing. She is kind, caring, and passionate about what she teaches. She's very funny and always strives to make the class laugh. The class is easy, so there's no excuse for not succeeding. She is patient for the students that need help or are having personal problems. That being said, she will not hesitate to call someone out if they're disrupting class or her lecture. She gives extra credit and her tests are graded easy. Again, no excuse. While Humanities II may be an extensive class, she made sure to review and give out guides to help. Overall, one of my favorite classes and professors.

    Course highlights:

    My favorite part of the course was the video she showed (of course!) It was about Hitler and his stolen art. It discussed their motivations, the pieces and artists he stole from, and how it was recovered. We learned the importance of art in everyday life and how personal freedom is the single most important thing we can have.

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    Advice for students:

    Talk to the professor! She is amazingly nice and willing to help if you're having trouble, or if you simply want to chat. The other students are generally friendly too. I recommend renting the books rather than buying them -- you do not learn much out of it, though, so maybe you don't even need it.

    • Fall 2016
    • Tiffany Engel
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