Alyssa Denton, a former New York Times reporter and now an entertainment journalist, recently sat down with Rapper Loyola Law School to talk about her favorite college classes, the difference between an MFA and a law degree, and what she’s most looking forward to next.
Loyola is currently hosting its first ever podcast with former LA Weekly columnist John Cassidy.
Cassidy is also a former senior editor at the LA Weekly and the author of several books.
He’s a former reporter at the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News, and the New York Post.
Cassidy’s book, The Art of Reporting, is out now.LOYOLA LAW SCHOOL: I love the concept of having a law school where you can do a real work experience with a student who is on the edge of law school.
It’s a great way to engage the law school community.
But what’s also great is that you get to go to the school and really engage the faculty and the students, and really build a really strong foundation of connections and a really good experience that they’re able to build and maintain.
When I first went to Loyolah, I was just so overwhelmed with so much going on.
I was like, This is so cool.
What’s going on?
They have classes where they actually give a lecture.
There’s actually a lot of time spent just just going through the class.
You’re learning and you’re actually making connections and working with other faculty.
What I loved was the way they had a classroom, and you could actually go and watch the lectures.
I’m a little bit surprised that there are no more of these classes because they’re just so good.
What do you think is the most underrated class, though?
It was a real challenge.
I think it’s really cool to get to know people who are really passionate about the legal profession and they’re really committed to what they do.
I didn’t know much about them.
What were they like?
I was really taken by the passion they had and how they were trying to do their work.
And it was so rewarding to be in a class with them, to learn from them, and to actually talk to them.
I don’t know if they’re a class that I would do over again, but I think if you’re going to go, it’s definitely a good class to do.
What is it like to go through a class?
When I was in the class with the Loyols, I had a real hard time because I’m like, I don: 1.
I know that I am going to fail.
I can’t believe I’m in the same class with these people.
I feel like they’re all like, Yeah, we’re all doing this.
They were all really passionate and really passionate, and it was really hard to get them to calm down.
But they were really interested and they wanted to do what they were doing.
I had that moment where I was thinking, You know what?
This is my chance.
I have to give it my all.
They gave me a really solid, really supportive environment.
How did you go about finding those people?
When you were in the law class, there were a lot more of us.
But you kind of knew everybody.
Loyolas are really good at recruiting people who want to go into law school, but you also have a few of them who have actually had their own law school experiences.
What did you think was your biggest takeaway from that class?
They just all had a great energy and they were all just so open and welcoming.
What was your favorite class?
I love to go in there and talk to a student and then we all do a lecture and then the professor will go and do a presentation.
That’s how you learn, I think.
How was it teaching that class to some of these students?
They’re very creative.
They want to do it, and they want to show you.
I just loved the way that they wanted that to happen, and how I felt like I was able to give a really great presentation.
It helped me connect with them as people and it made me feel like I had learned something.
You can learn from a lot.
What did you do to help people make that transition?
When they were talking to me, I would say, How do you do it?
They were just so eager and they would want to help me.
And I would give them a little advice and then they would start to do that, and then I would start giving them more of a challenge.
So, I just kind of started to teach them a bit more and then when I got to Loya, I found that I was kind of a better teacher.
It made them want to just push themselves and get to the next level.
What are your favorite classes that