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Understanding Drugs (BIOC 080A)

The performance of this student in the class was considered to be outstanding. Course description: This class consisted of taking 3 examinations and submission of two papers. It involved learning about the effects in humans of commonly used prescription, nonprescription and … Continue reading

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Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 001)

OVERALL COURSE EVALUATION: excellent. Section 1 (Professor Bridgeman): Dr. Bridgeman’s section covered biological bases, perception, cognition, and language. Andrew’s performance on the 1st section exam was very good. On the paper for this section, graded on a pass/fail basis, Andrew’s … Continue reading

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Africa, Oceania, and the Americas (ARTH 010E)

Mr. Levine wrote a satisfactory first midterm exam scoring 78%. With a score of 88%, Mr. Levine’s second midterm was very good.  On the final exam, Mr. Levine performed well; the score achieved was 82%.  His work on exams ranged … Continue reading

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America and Americans (AMST 001)

Mr. Levine’s essays were unusual in that he adopted a mechanical form, argument pro and con on the issues, which was both casual and rigid, which did not do justice to the intelligence of his understanding; but his essays were … Continue reading

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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 002)

This evaluation of Andrew’s performance in Introduction to Cultural Anthropology is based upon his participation in discussion sections, and written work including an in-class midterm, an ethnographic research project and a take home final. Andrew occasionally commented in discussion section, … Continue reading

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Media and Politics (POLI 080H)

Andrew Levine did good work in this course.  He attended lectures and discussion sections, and either listened attentively or participated actively in talk about the political meaning of mass media.  He wrote a thoughtful essay on the question of “virtual … Continue reading

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Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 001)

Overall, Andrew’s performance in this class was quite good.  Andrew attended class regularly and was attentive during discussion. His written work was uneven, but at its best demonstrated an excellent ability to interpret and analyze complex philosophical concepts. Andrew did … Continue reading

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Psychology and Religion (PSYC 080A)

The midterm exam covered the theories of James, Jung, Tart, Skinner, and Freud on mystical experience, states of consciousness, and religious knowledge and truth.  On that exam, Andrew produced good essays.  His spiritual journey essay was excellent.  Andrew’s paper was … Continue reading

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Observational Astronomy (ASTR 014)

Mr. Levine presented excellent lab reports and tied for the highest score on the final exam. Overall he tied for the third best performance in the course. Course description: Observational introduction to the night sky. Naked-eye and digital observations of the … Continue reading

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Introduction to Archaeology (ANTH 003)

Andrew’s work in this course was somewhat mixed, but generally in the very good to excellent range. He usually attended section meetings and, though his contributions to group discussions and activities were infrequent, they were always astute. Andrew completed most … Continue reading

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