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When Anders' reached out to me about the book I was just confused as to why someone writing a book would want to talk to me. As you can imagine I was very curious as to what exactly the book would entail when finished, and was pleased to hear that he had reached out to speak with Professor Kohn whom I had said that he had to meet during our interview in Prof Tomjanovich's Wall Street class.
Having finally heard it I can tell you it's chocked full of the very same advice that many great professor's and alumni would give you while in school. I would very much suggest this book for anyone in a liberal arts school or considering attending one. As for those who have recently graduated, this book is still full of solid advice and at the very least a great deal of encouragement in what may be a stressful point in life.
My one complaint is that Anders didn't seem to either understand, or want to highlight the benefits of non-liberal arts majors being completed within a liberal arts school. I was an economics and psychology double major at Drew and found that in my classes like management with Professor Kohn and political economy with Professor Safri we engaged with a great deal of material involving philosophy and psychology that I don't believe would be touched on if taking the same classes in a non-liberal arts college. My advice would always be to double major, but know that you can attend a liberal arts school major in something like economics and still get the benefits of engaging in anthropology and classics coursework (especially at a school like Drew University).
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