At the time I wanted to study documentary film and they did'nt have a concentration in film of any kind. I find that during my 5 years there the communications school was far behind in technology. There were no computers and we worked with less than state of the art equipment. This was a challenging and now there are more programs and they are more up to date.
Eventhough the University of Puerto Rico have a large laboratory equipment, it is not open to the public 24 hours a day. I consider this the worst thing about my school, because most students prefer to work, or study at school. If library and study area were open the entire day, it would be easier for students to learn and study since they have others to help them. Study groups are really important for the student to learn and for them to socialize with their surroundings.
The lack of interest in those people majoring in arts. They do not see the importance of the arts here.
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