Student Impressions Joseph De Wolk Class: History 88S, Cultural History of Oakland. "...I realized from the first moment that this was going to be something entirely different, and way more valuable than I thought it was going to be..." Anthony Eskander Class: Neurobiology 88S:Brain Fever, Bridging the Gap Between Neuroscience and Psychology. "...I found myself really helping students discover what major they wanted to do, which was one of my main goals..." Karina Garcia Class: Political Science 88SA, Never Again, Again: Looking at the Rwanda and Darfur Genocide. "...It helps you understand different perspectives, it helps you see different points of view..." Dana Huber Class: Political Science 88SB, Aid to Africa: Effects from the Outside. "...I was really impressed by my students, because they wanted to do as much as they could..." Melinda Munroe Class: Anthropology 88SA, Forget CSI: The Reality of Forensic Anthropology. "...I always thought that I might be a Professor, and this has shown me that I can do it..." Eric Yang Class: Anthropology 88SD, Emergence from the Secret War: The Hmong-American Experience. "...It's so rewarding to have one of your students come back to you and say, 'I learned something from your class'..."