Report prepared by Jacky Chuan '13
At the University of Massachusetts, Boston there are about 800-900 teachers and 14500 students over a campus of 1.7km2. There are lots of subway and bus stations around the school. It’s very easy to go to the school for the people that are not living around the school. It’s a public school, but there is no dormitory in this school. So there are lots of houses around the school that are working with the school. There are lots houses that sell or rent to the students and those houses are all very tall.
It snow and rain a lot in there. It’s a very famous, important and big city for the U.S.
Harry Trask, B.A. 1969, (1928-2002) 1957 Pulitzer Prize in Phototography (Andrea Doria sinking)
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