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Date: Mar 10 2005 Major: Philosophy (This Major's Salary over time) My experience at Yale was absolutely amazing. The diversity of the student body, the quality of the education, the variety of extracurriculars can't be matched. I was active in the singing community, I did children's theater, I volunteered, I was politically active, and I was always impressed by the amount of support, money and resources made available to undergrads to pursue these activities. However, as Yale begins to focus more on being a research institution, we could all sense a shift away from support of the College. So I couldn't tell you what life is like now. At the time, though, I couldn't think of a better place to be an undergrad.I majored in philosophy because I was going to go into education. I went into that knowing it was strictly a liberal arts major, and if I had it to do all over again, I would still major in philosophy. Midway through my education, however, I switched to film, but it was too late to get into the few film classes that were offered. The program was very small, almost non-existent (at least it was when I was there), the classes were packed and priority for enrollment was given to freshmen/sophomores. So if I could have changed one thing it would have been to take a film class or two early on.