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Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at PI

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentA-
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcA
Electrical EngineeringB+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A+
Industrial DesignA+
Interior DesignA+

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Surrounding City

... Next was a graduate student Art History teacher who was boring as hell and didn't even know how to get around the city for museum field trips, l...Read full comment
... I spent all four years of high school counting down the days until I would go to an art college in New York City ...Read full comment
... There really are better art schools, and if you really want to be in New York City and pay a lot of money, go to NYU, Parson, SVA, Hunter, anywhe...Read full comment
... If you think that you will be living in a New York City environment FORGET ABOUT IT ...Read full comment
... My fellow students don't seem to care about politics, philosophy, or even what's going on in the city ...Read full comment
... I loved the idea of having access to all of the big-city-ness my heart desired and still be able to have that campusy-collegey sort of experience...Read full comment
... The workload is quite intense, but since there really isn't anything to do anyway because there isn't much in the way of city life, there is alwa...Read full comment
... Also, living outside the city left me with little real design exposure except for the "Wegman's" logo and "Ted's Autobody" signs ...Read full comment
... I've worked for the city of New York for 17 years ...Read full comment
... I've spoken to city natives and they typically do not have very positive things to say about being on the Brooklyn campus and they tend to be a l...Read full comment
... Many students go to pratt because it is in the city, not because they want to work hard or make art ...Read full comment
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