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I agree with everything yoskis has said and would like to stress that Columbia is more traditional, as opposed to Chicago where people are encourage to channel their inner creativity, however Columbia is much more enriching with its exposure to arrays of subjects.
Columbia, which is in the Upper West Side (overlooking the Hudson).
More difficult!!!!?????!!!! Are you seriously implying that Chicago is in a higher class that is more difficult!!!???!!! Blasphemy. Columbia's core is known to be unparalleled by most schools due to its rigor yet insight it provides its students. This fosters a more enriched and open minded collegiate atmosphere whilst giving everyone, EVERYONE there something in common, including the students at FU. Furthermore are you trying to imply that undergrads at FU or at the college for that matter is easier? I would argue that it makes it even harder to fulfill your degree requirements whilst still fulfilling the core requirements.