My kids and I recently visited CWRU and it became a surprise favorite. But both of them are humanities people with interests in political science, anthropology, languages, etc., etc. (although my son intends to be pre-med as well). The school of arts and sciences at Case is a comparatively small part of the university and itself contains the science and math departments. I would appreciated some comments on what the experience is like for students whose main focus is on non-STEM fields. It seems as though there must be a very small cohort in such majors, maybe 1000 students. Is the experience richer or poorer for being in the midst of all those engineers? I can think of reasons it might go either way.