“Kids who come here are more prepared, because we had to figure it out ourselves. It was a new university, not well-established,” Anna Shevchenko said in an interview with On Century Avenue. “We’re more scrappy, we’re using our resources to make the best of what we have. That’s a very valuable experience.”
“It’s solid proof that if there’s anything you want to do, you can do. Anything you want to change, you can change," said Omer Cohen, a senior that graduated in December, despite having fought through the FOS curriculum.