The best thing about Lewis & Clark College is the amount of involvement the students are allowed to have. The student newspaper knows no limits on free speech. There are boards for everything: plagiarism, the cafeteria food, diversity. And we are encouraged to speak up about our opinions and beliefs, take our ideas to the correct authority figures, and ask questions.
The freedom of choice is amazing. There are so many opportunities here and you're not pressured to choose something you are not interested in.
The teachers are easy to communicate with. They are always in class and you do not have to depend on a teaching assistant to teach you.
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