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The criticism of a school with a religiousBrightPsychology
The criticism of a school with a religious studies building and department, are because usually the woman nor guy is not happy with the fella or lady they dated and married. As a student who had offers in 619, I felt my seniors and upperclass were like a fontaine fountain. The Teachers are financially and professionally successful, that doesn't make them arrogant and close minded. If you had to have a religious curriculum at your school, show some gratitude that Harding University and the teachers and adults that dedicate their lives to secondary education, let you take classes and show them some recognition that you could be selling newspapers outside of a mall and airport. Even the teachers in The religious education, in this so semantically perfect life and culture lives in, aren't brow beaters with the Bible or extinct buffalo.
5th Year Male -- Class 1997
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: C-
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I was full of ambition, plans and dreams when I found andPsychology
I was full of ambition, plans and dreams when I found and chose Harding University. My fellow and Senior Bisons were indescribable and friendly. There is a great balance for the aspiring master engineer, Medical Doctor and Attorney. As Graduated alumnae, we understand and concur that you should see the University, coupled with not just attending there because you like how we dress and perform in the office. The student handbook asks a lot, however this is a great University to maintain happiness and balance while dating and achieving your goals and dreams.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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If your kid wants to pursue their studiesNot so brightBiology
If your kid wants to pursue their studies in Religion or become a priest then by all means this is the right place. But there is no room for diversity, and students' success is not measured by their academic excellence, but rather the type of life they want to live. And they are always judged by the faculty through their way of living rather than their academic excellence.
4th Year Female -- Class 1920
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