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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Generally, I would recommend avoiding this class. Professor Arbogast does not reply to e-mails of any sort, and requires you to go all the way across campus to his office in order to see your grade. Our class was well behind any other class normally is, and that isn't due to any form of laziness from the class. Our class was relatively tame for a college course. However, we still managed to lag behind, as we were taught skills in an unproductive order. For example, we had an assignment that required citations. However, having not been taught the proper way to do citations, more than half of the class had failed the paper. Afterwards, we did an assignment to which we were required to cite multiple sources and return the paper. After that, we re-typed our paper and continued practicing citation throughout the entirety of the course. Very inefficient teaching that lead to an overall poor experience.
Our class was close to fifty percent male and fifty percent female, and we had many different orientations, races, and situations in this class. This was a very eye-opening experience talking about politics in an environment like this, and I feel as though I may have grown as a person because of it.
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Advice for students:
Before registering, familiarize yourself with the citation guide that Purdue offers on their OWL website. You'll be using this to teach yourself how to cite the professional way. Don't make the same mistake 99% of other students will make by using websites like Easybib.