美利坚同盟友民代表大会学那多少个事(二4)・卡耐基梅隆大学CMU篇

卡耐基梅隆大学

综上可得,高桥阳1的《足球小将》是东瀛的国民级足球漫画。大概具有东瀛大牛球星都宣称《足球小将》是他俩的启蒙读物和足球生涯的源点,能够说为东瀛足坛培育了持续一代人!其历史悠久与美丽程度自然一目掌握。不过,把如此1部经典文章推荐给后天的后生,他们许多会看不下去,而且超越5/10会感觉这是恶搞漫画。因为,那部文章的宇宙观和设定的暴走已经不能够用天马行空来形容了……

新型大数据

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Out-of-State Tuition 非州内居民的学习成本

里头最被人吐槽同时形成不胜枚举人先是眼就看不下去的,是剧中人物们的身体比例设定。在《足球小将》少年篇的人选比例还1对一健康,但一到中学时代就像吃了激素般猛长了二、3倍……到了世界青年篇,大将球员全是目测身高三米以上的十三只身人物了,而自然设定就人高马大的异邦选手视觉上完全就是“进击的高个儿”。

一年共计$5二,310。

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Student Faculty Ratio 学生授课比例

为了呼应人物日益拉长的个头比例,笔者不得不把那个世界观下的空间设定也跟着扩张。例如足篮球馆就像是3个极致空间,还有天花板尤其高的屋子,而一张床也大到现实中最少能躺10位。以大空翼的卧房来讲,坐下10个人以为依旧很空,实际上那样大的个体房间在日本私人住宅中挑明州不容许有。照那样算日本国土面积至少要加进到中华夏族民共和国那样大本领满足这一个(精神)巨人族的急需。

学员和讲课的比例为十:一。

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What Students Say About Professors

大空翼结婚,他内人没小巨人那么高推断都配不上他。

学员对上课的评论和介绍

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96%的学生以为教授在课堂上展现出了她们对所授内容的来者不拒

那腿受到损伤了……得多缠多少捆绷带啊?

8/10的学生以为助教授课思路清楚,易听懂且有意思。

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Graduation Rate 毕业率

13头身的大空翼还并不是他俩队最高的。

毕业率为8八%。

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What Students Say About Education

恶搞足球小将的主题材料家常便饭

学生对课业的评价

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九一%的学生会加入上课

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伍三%的学生会加入课后读书小组或课后与教学交换

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九六%的学员会做到课后学业。

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What one word or phrase best describes the typical student at this
school?

还有人特意商讨怎么把一张相片拍成足球小将的体型:办法是对着照片3伍度斜斜地拍。

在校生常常怎样勾勒本身?

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有热心的:四三%

虽说《足球小将》确实有过多取材于现实的高等球类手艺,但高桥阳1为踢球想出的超必杀技和个体特殊本领的逆天程度正是没人能够估获得:例如“双人合力踢八个球”的合体技威力必定远超1位踢球;一发有力的射门能够把队友连同对手门将67号人一同踢进球门;队友助攻的格局是将射门球员1脚踢飞,籍以为它势能加成(不犯规?)……

聪明的:25%

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学术宅:20%

那种踢法真的符合物理法则吗?

极客:5%

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古怪的:5%

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Sexuality diversity 性别比例

那样壹般能够跳更加高,对头球有利……

本科中女性占四伍%,男性占一半。

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Racial Diversity 人种比例

神助攻!

非裔美籍:肆%

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亚裔:26%

日向的黑历史

南美裔:7%

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国际生:22%

运球本领高到一定程度,连通行工具都能够省了……

两种族混血:四%

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未知:7%

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白人:30%

那……哪个人还是能够把那球抢走?不用踢了吧!

Politics On Campus 高校政治气氛

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共和党:21%

逆天的传球本事

民主党:38%

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独立党:24%

记得用手触球犯规

别的党派:0%

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不爱戴政治:一七%

中间还有那种圣斗士品级的人……那不失为足球漫画?

How does peer pressure affect students’ use of drugs and alcohol?

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是否有出自同伴的压力影响学员对酒精毒品的利用?

队员锻练的格局……

1/3的学习者感觉未有酒和毒品也能和人很好地社交。

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四陆%的学习者以为不旅长友都会沾一点酒或毒品,可是纵然选取不沾也不会被区分对待。

喜爱足球的屋子……

一成的学习者认为不饮酒会显得略微为难。

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0%的上学的儿童认为不到场那种运动就会被清除在外。

扶桑足球确实全靠它?足球小将到底有多么超现实

How visible are the campus police on campus?

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学校中得以观察学校警卫吗?

连球带人一同触网

2玖%的学童以为很轻巧就能找到学校警卫并拿走帮扶。

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五分三的学童能感受到学校警卫的留存不过并从未无处不在。

这壹脚能得六分?

陆%的学生认为学校警卫正是来检查party开停车罚单的。

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陆%的学习者以为相当的小轻易见到学校警卫。

好血腥……

0%的上学的小孩子不知底有学校警卫的留存。

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What are your favorite campus events ortraditions?

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您最快乐的学府古板(活动)是什么样?

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围栏涂鸦:2二%

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狂欢节:21%

即使如此,《足球小将》的影响力以及为国家作出的第一名贡献仍是不争的事实。大家期盼祖国的漫音乐家也多多给力,早日画出为中中原人民共和国男子足球培育一代球星的非凡足球漫画吧!

Buggy推车比赛:一叁%

舞蹈艺术节:玖%

手足会姐妹会艺术节:8%

新春晚会:8%

新兴电视发表周:陆%

What is the biggest party event of the year?

一年中最大的二遍party是何许时候?

狂喜节中间:玖8%

此间未有party:二%

Median Earnings 2 Years After Graduation

结业后两年薪俸中位数

一年$64,000

停,睁大眼睛喽!

接下去,是小伙伴们最关怀的事务 — 在校生评价。

让我们听取他们怎么说

20一7学员评论

Academics 学术

The professors here don’t care about their students. Sure, they all want
us to theoretically learn the material, but they don’t really try to
help. They think that a ‘C’ is okay to give to a hardworking student
because “it’s passing”, but they fail to realize what we’re all really
here for: TO GET JOBS. News flash! Getting a job is hard to do when your
GPA makes you look like an idiot.

笔者感到那里的授课都相当的小在乎他们的学生学得什么,当然他们也都盼望学员学会课程的情节,不过他们却不是专程愿意课后支援学生。对于他们的话,C也是能够给一个全力的学员的大成,究竟那也是“过了”。他们尚无发现到的是学员因此来此处上学是为了前几日能找到1份更加好的行事,但是当一人的GPA看起来很无耻,工作就从未有过那么好找了。

You will learn so much by coming to CMU. You will leave knowing that
your time here was worth it, no matter what your GPA is, and no matter
what opportunities you are offered after.

在此处您能够学到繁多,当您结业的时候,你会认为在那里付出的拼命都以值得的,不论最后你的GPA是怎么样样子,也不论你最终能获得什么的前程时机。

The professors are all great and very qualified. Registration process
can be a bit stressful because you’re randomly assigned a time to
register and waitlists suck, but people forget to use their academic
advisers and they are incredibly helpful. Workload gets very heavy so
time management is crucial. The first few weeks of classes are light
then midterm season hits and it doesn’t really end until finals. Most
people study in Hunt or Wean library, and the school just put up some
new study spaces in the university extension. Other students study in
empty classrooms, which I like. I prefer to have more private rooms
(because classrooms are taken during the day), but the school doesn’t
have many of those.

自我觉着那里的教授都很棒。尽管选课进程相比令人苦恼,因为您会随便被分配能够选课的年月,而且有时不得不waitlist你想选的课,不过高校的学问指点依旧会提供成千上万扶助的。课程的确会很劳苦,所以管理好时刻13分关键。壹开学的前几周课业还不是很重,但是随后连环的midterm就会向您袭来,直到final。当先三分之一人会挑选在Hunt和Wean多个体育场合学习,高校也在扩建更加多可以自学的地点。作者相比较欣赏在空体育地方里读书,那样会有二个比较私人的就学空间,不过高校里并从未过多方可自学的空体育场地。

Campus 校园

CMU is a very unique place. There are numerous places to study (as so
many CMU students spend the majority of their time doing just that), but
the cold can discourage many from venturing anywhere but the closest
places. The athletic facilities are Ok, the library is really only used
to studying, and its really difficult to get a seat at most places
around lunchtime in the UC

此间的学校1二分专门。那里有成都百货上千得以自学的地点(究竟那里的上学的儿童半数以上光阴都在上学),不过冬季的时候寒冷的天气会让大家只愿意去离自个儿近来的自习室学习。体育运动设施还不易。教室真的只是用来自习的,而且在清晨的时候很难找到空地方。

Pittsburgh is a great college town. There’s shopping, dining,
recreation, parks, etc… but the weather usually shuts down most
people’s travel plans due to the sheer miserable-ness of getting
anywhere. Anything you need to buy is easily within range, and there’s
pretty much something for everyone if you take time off studying and go
explore!

斯特拉斯堡是一座很棒的大学城,那里有购物,吃饭,娱乐的地点,还有公园之类,可是冬辰的天气会让大家都不愿意出门。然则有着你要求买的东西都就在日前,而且在那边任哪个人都能找到适合自己的茶楼或许娱乐活动,只要你课余多多研究。

I often like to go out to explore Pittsburgh, which is a beautiful city,
with my friends and you get to know the place better and experience what
life really is like for a college student. It’s not too urban like
downtown, but not too suburban. It is a very college town since many of
our neighbors are other universities.

自个儿平日挺喜欢去布里斯托城里玩的,那是一个很漂亮的都市,和爱人合伙去玩能更加好的问询那个城市,也能取得三个博士应有的生存体验。那里未有大城市这样繁华,也绝非城市区和和县区这样简单,那里也有为数不少高校,真的称得上是壹座大学城了。

Food 餐饮

What sucks is the lack of dining halls. The food plan is used at
different vendors on campus, and it’s difficult to find a spot to eat
once you have your food. The two best places to eat are The Exchange at
Posner Hall and Tartan Express, a recently added, school-sponsored food
truck.

此间很令人深恶痛绝的有些正是从未当真代表上的酒楼,高校的food
plan都用在遍布高校的小摊商场上,可是买到饭后并从未座位能够坐着吃。作者感觉最鲜美的地点是在Posner
哈尔l的The Exchange,还有Tartan Express,一个近期激增的food truck。

I love the food around the area as there are many different options.

本身挺喜欢吃周边的那一个餐厅的,又诸多选项。

Deluca’s and Pamela’s are by far the best two diners I’ve been to in my
entire life. Those two places alone make Pittsburgh’s food rating five
stars for me. Pamela’s for pancakes and home fries. Deluca’s for omelets
and breakfast burritos.

Deluca’s和Pamela’s那两家是自家那辈子吃过最棒吃的餐厅,就那两家就能让作者给杜阿拉的好吃的食品佳肴打伍星满分了,Pamela’s小编推荐pancakes和home
fries,Deluca’s小编推荐omelets和breakfast burritos。

Health & Safety 健康和安全

They provide escort services at night which is really great!

全校在晚间会提供班车服务,这点很棒。

Their is no pressure to drink even though it is common practice at CMU.

在那边对于饮酒未有极大的peer
pressure,可是学生喝酒那件事笔者依旧挺常见的。

I feel pretty safe on campus and all the incidents I’ve heard of
occurred within the community but off-campus. There are emergency phones
located on the outskirts of campus just in case and Pittsburgh is
actually considered one of the safest cities.

自家以为校园里挺安全的,即便也会有一对事变发生,不过诸多都以在校外。在全校的边缘也备有能够报告警察方的紧迫电话,而且哈博罗内其实是被评为最安全的都会之1。

Housing 住宿

It really depends on what dorm you end up in, some are right on campus
(like Donner) and others are quite a trek (Rez on Fifth). Sizes and
whether or not you have AC/kitchen/etc.

那有赖于你住在哪个宿舍,有一对宿舍就在高校里,比如Donner,还有一些离得就比较远,比如Rez。每一种宿舍的尺寸都大有径庭,是或不是有空气调节器和厨房也分裂样。

Housing is rather expensive for the quality we get in return.

自身感到就学校宿舍的原则来看,开支有点贵了。

Depending on where you live will depend on your experience in Campus
housing. Overall, CMU needs to renovate some of the older dorms and
build more campus dorms as well. A lot of forms do not have AC and some
have extremely small rooms, but they are in good, safe locations.

你在学堂的住宿体验取决于你住在哪些宿舍,可是全部来讲,许多宿舍都急需维修更新了,高校也应有建愈多的宿舍来满意须求。许多宿舍都未有空调,有局地的屋子也不过小,不过都在11分安全的地面。

Overall Experience 总体体验

Carnegie Mellon does a great job at offering various resources to
students, whether these resources be related to academics, professional
development, or well-being. I especially appreciate my school’s efforts
in promoting health these past two years.

在此处您能找到本人索要的各类能源,不论是学术方面,专业发展地点,照旧好端端活着方面,尤其是多年来两年高校在宣传健康方面的全力,作者感觉那2个值得称道。

I love this school. You get a great mix of career, academics, social
life, and city life. I think your experience here is what you make of
it. Sometimes, it can be a little stressful but that good times are
definitely worth it.

小编很欣赏那里,在此处的生活既有工作发展,又有学问发展,既有社交又有城市的生存感受。只要你提交,就能博取相应的心得。即便有时候却是会比较有压力,可是本身以为还是值得的。

Carnegie Mellon is awesome, and there are a lot of great opportunities
to explore into whatever realm of education that you see fit.

此间实在很棒,无论你想从事哪1领域你都能博取累累很棒的时机。

Party Scene 学校派对

There are parties, but they usually suck (bad music, bad alcohol,
sometimes bad people), and they are constantly being shut down by the
campus police who apparently have nothing better to do. If you’re old
enough, you can go to bars, where they’ll have none of the
aforementioned nonsense.

自己感觉那里开的party都挺糟的,音乐不佳,酒也不佳,有的时候人也不好,而且经常会被校警来关停。就算您够年纪你倒是能够去酒吧,那里不会有上述的那个糟心事。

Parties are usually in houses, unless you bother to count frat house
parties, which will always suck to some degree. The best parties usually
turn out to be medium sized ones with people you know. The party scene
would have a better impact if it didn’t consistently suck and if campus
police didn’t shut down anything remotely fun-sounding.

多数party都开在家里,除非你还对兄弟会姐妹会那多少个糟糟的party感兴趣。最棒的party日常都以和认识的人开的,而且人数不要太多。假使校警不是通常来关停作者想那里的party照旧不错的。

CMU is not a school for parties. Most everyone spends their nights
studying or relaxing in dorms. Bus transportation is free but hardly
anyone goes out unless it’s the weekend.

那边并不是3个party
school,大部分人的夜生活都被学习替代了,也许正是在宿舍里宅着。即便有无偿的公共交通能够坐,不过超过二分之一人除了周末都不会外出。

Most parties are off-campus and hosted by members of group
organizations. These gatherings tend to be tailored to that particular
group.

大部party都开在校外,而且都是局部团队的成员在开,他们常备也只会约请跟团队有关系的人。

Parties are there if you want to go to them, and if it’s not a party
there’s just a group of people getting together and drinking. There are
a ton of bars around Pittsburgh but it’s really hard to get around if
you don’t have a car.

假定您想去玩,还是能够找到party去的,即使找不到确实含义的party,也能找到一堆在一齐吃酒的人。即便在斯科普里又许多酒吧,不过并未车来往交通仍旧稍微麻烦的。

Student Life 学校生活

I’m in a sorority – which was totally unexpected by friends and family –
and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I personally love greek life and
am very grateful for all the people I’ve met through it. However, I do
recognize issues with some frats being too big and not having the best
brother/sisterhood. You don’t have to join greek life to have fun at
school, but if it’s something you’re at least considering or curious
about I definitely recommend that you go to some of the rush/pre-rush
events to get a feel for the community.

本人是姐妹会的成员,尽管自身的眷属朋友对那件事都很诧异,然则自身个人也许十二分欣赏那里的活着的,笔者也很谢谢能经过此处认识到如此多好对象。可是,作者也只顾到一些男士会姐妹会设有的主题材料,有1部分太大,有壹部分相处未有那么友好。可是在母校里,也不是听其自然要到位兄弟会姐妹会才有的玩,可是假若您对那些感兴趣,笔者照旧引入你去参加1些rush的活动的,体验一下那种生活是还是不是吻合你。

The UC just got renovated and this included the addition of a new gym
with fantastic cardio and weight lifting machines! There are a lot of
athletes around campus but no one really pays attention to the games.

高校的部分校园方今正巧被更新过,扩充了三个新的篮球馆,有了累累很棒的有氧运动和举铁器材。固然体育运动的气氛照旧挺足的,可是多数没人会关切校队的较量。

There is great diversity at CMU and the students/faculty are very
accepting.

此地的学生各样性还是挺高的,而且大家也都很包容选拔差别。

CMU Greek Life is very different from other schools. Their is not the
typical stereotypes about frats, everyone in Greek life is very
inclusive of those not in Greek life. A lot of the social events are
mainly Greek though.

此地的小兄弟会姐妹会和别的高校一点都不大学一年级样,没有那一个金榜题名的弹射,那里兄弟会姐妹会的分子都很接受非成员,但是学校超过四分之壹的社交活动还是兄弟会姐妹会占主导。

Not a lot of school spirit in terms of supporting the sports team. Their
usually are crowds for certain sports though (Football and Soccer). I
wish there were more athletic facilities on campus.

从帮忙校队这点来讲那里的共用荣誉感有点少,足球青果球倒是也有大多客官和关心,但是本人照旧盼望高校能建更加多的体育设施。

Value 发展价值

Recruiters are always on campus. Jobs are not given to you, but they are
not hard to find. You just have to be persistent and determined. I have
friends that have found internships every year they have been at CMU. We
have top companies from every industry on campus and at career fairs as
well. The alumni network is also very supportive. Many alumni come back
to recruit and they are always trying to give CMU students an edge. The
alumni network is a little small though compared with other top schools.

本校里总会有招聘的人,尽管也不是无偿送给您,不过工作也远非那么难找,只要你坚定不移保证决心。作者有对象在那边的每一年都能找到实习职业。在此地也会进行career
fairs,来的都是各领域最好的公司。校友互联网也万分有援助,许多同室都会回来招聘,而且他们都更愿意赞助那里的在校生,就算跟好些个特级的学堂比那里的同班网络并不算大。

CMU will get you a job. Every graduate that I know has multiple job
offers and many are well above the average for their fields. It’s not
uncommon for a student to be picking from several 6 figure options.

此处的学历会让您找到工作的,作者认识的结业生在结业的时候都收下了众多行事offer,而且不少都真正很科学,诸多学生都以在七个人数年纯收入的做事之中挑。

We have a couple of big job fairs every year which invite big companies,
as well as a few networking events. If you’re looking for opportunities,
you will eventually find them.

此处每年都有成都百货上千巨型的job
fairs,多数大商号都会来,而且也会有局地networking的运动,固然您想要机会,你总会找到的。


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