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It's been awhile. My experience is eerily reminiscent of the kind of ivy league experiences described by Loren Pope in his book Looking Beyond the Ivy League. I had some terrific classes, Made some wonderful friends. But was oddly unchallenged and felt like many of the classes were more about facts or technical material than deep understanding. Discussions of normative economics were missing, and big questions and policy implications were avoided. I found the classes surprisingly easy, and for the most part I never grew as an academic. Sadly, I felt like an outsider for most of my four years. Everyone, faculty and students, seemed very self absorbed.