This article paints my school in a bad light, which will do nothing to help the school grow. The allusion to the first year seminar class is just simply an incorrect statement. Ms. Neal mentions the class called "Pimp My Ride: Materialism in Human Life," which, I will admit, has a stupid name, but what she fails to mention is that it is taught by an anthropology professor who wants to explore and explain how materialism has affected humans in history and how that has affected human life today. My freshman seminar, "Culture and Madness," was taught by a psychology professor well known for teaching abnormal psych. She taught us through a psychological and anthropological view of mental illness, teaching us that mental illness cannot be looked at through one scientific lens. The professor for my first year seminar also taught us core skills such as oral presentation and how to write a 10-page term paper in APA style, skills that other classes may just assume its students know well.