Saturday, May 17, 2008

Lunch at Rodeo Bar

Baruch diversity. There were 7 countries represented with 9 people present.Last morning I had my second final exam. I wouldn’t even call it a final — it was too easy and not stressful at all.

After the class our professor, Mr. David F., invited us all to the Rodeo Bar which is located near Baruch’s campus.

8 people came to this lunch/beer drinking deal. It was totally fun. We talked about school, work, personal lives. Professor only teaches one class per semester, and he said that one of the things that he loves about Baruch is the diversity of a student body.

Even in the bar yesterday we represented a variety of countries: Belarus (me), Lithuania (Vaida), Cyprus (Mario), Puerto Rico (J), China (Day, who was born here though), Italy (Vinc, who was also born in the US), and of course different US states (Rick from Ohio, Jessica from Main and professor from New York).

I think that we got lucky with our professor this semester, because he made this pretty useless class more interesting and less intense than other teachers. He also payed for everybody’s lunch, which is a very nice gesture. teeth
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