Sunday, March 27, 2005

Easter Classes at Cooley

A perspective for those of you considering Cooley. Officially, Cooley has classes on Easter, although some professors did not take attendance. Mind you, Cooley closed on Martin Luther King Day and made a big deal of it. I have no problem with that whatsoever, but I do have a problem with classes being held on Easter. Likewise, Cooley held classes during a blizzard, despite government warnings pleading people to stay off the roads, although the Dean evidently didn't make in that day due ... to the weather.

It is this mentality that is driving me away from Cooley, not the closed-book 2.5 hour exams, the growing emphasis on multiple-choice questions, the heavy Socratic method or any of the other things that make the school arguably "hard", but the "management" or administration of the business itself.


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