T'is where I went to school. I know the head of the department, he was just 
starting out when I was about halfway through school. We talk about the old 
days and very little has changed there base curriculum wise. The tools are 
different now but the theory is the same. We also get a number of interns from 
there where I work now. They come out as good as ever, of course you get the 
occasional knuckle head but the internship program is kind of a last quality 
control check...
      From: Curly McLain <126die...@gmail.com>
 To: Curt Raymond <curtlud...@yahoo.com>; Mercedes Discussion List 
 Sent: Friday, July 24, 2015 2:01 PM
 Subject: Re: [MBZ] OT - UNC-CH integrity & ethics

>I am so so glad I went to a small state college. I read about 
>schools indoctrinating students and refusing to listen to other 
>points of view and I'm horrified, that was not my experience at all. 
>We were encouraged to disagree with our teachers, if you could back 
>up your point they'd listen.Part of it, I suspect, is the program of 
>study, in film and video if it looks good it is good. Broke a rule 
>but got away with it? Awesome, good for you. Break a rule and the 
>finished product sucks? Back to the drawing board. The other nice 
>thing was that failure is just a learning experience that makes your 
>next project better, nobody is perfect the first time and because of 
>that we were encouraged to experiment which then made you better.
>The kids in more "conventional" fields of study hated us. I had one 
>design class where for a month we worked with crayons. Yeah crayons. 
>You go out and try to make a crayon drawing that doesn't look like a 
>crayon drawing and tell me how easy it is...

Tain't so anymore.


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