This review may seem bittersweet, or bitter, but there are reasons why. I went there two years, and at the end of it, needed a major break. The commute was wearing me down, not to mention the social environment of the place.
I had experienced some really unpleasant things socially here, and was very disappointed with the lack of student professionalism (the faculty at the school was great--no complaints there on that front), and the fact that on more than one occasion, I had the experience of being confronted too many times with people bringing their issues and neuroses into the classroom. The majority of the time I studied there, I was stuck in classes with all females, and this got to be a little intense. I was stuck with a group of women for over a year there, where the social dynamics eventually became very unpleasant.
In the final analysis, I can say this: The faculty was great, and I learned a great deal--for this I am grateful and thankful. The other stuff, I could have lived without and ultimately I think this is what led me to really reevaluate whether I wanted to continue on, on this path, in this direction.