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Ivy League vs Community College: Which Education Is Better? | Middle Ground

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Sean Broh : It’s sad to me that the Ivy League students especially the Yale guy pretty much relied on their school to be themselves. It’s like without the school they wouldn’t even consider themselves a person. That’s not worth it at all in my eyes.
Brandy Ross : He really said the people didn’t know they were participating in a college admission scandal!?

Folks were literally buying their way in
hime Too : Anybody realize none of this will matter when they’re dead.
fishforuranium : I'd be more interested to see an ivy league Saul-equivalent to just discuss things with Saul. Or better still, get 2 more Sauls for the college side, and 3 Sauls for the university side, and hear what their thoughts. Because as it's basically just one adult and 5 kids, with the only real differences being that Saul has an identity, and the other 5 haven't figured theirs out yet. In short, I think it would be interesting to see 6 people who have identities already have this same discussion.
MsMeditatingPanda : No one should be ashamed of where they go to school. I think of it from the perspective of what I've gone through and what I might have as a parent. I would never tell or make a kid ashamed of where they went. Be proud either way. It truly is the quality of what you do. It matters what you bring to the table. College is a tool. You can choose how you use that tool. If I'm ashamed of anything education related it's how I didn't use this tool well.
Hashvingit Kaur : I'm probably going to uni or college next Yr and Im so afraid that I can't afford it.
Nyasha : This is interesting especially how they got into community college and how community college is viewed there in comparison to where I'm from. For community college you have to have certain subjects (dependant on what you're going to study) between a grade proficiency of 1-3 anything lower and you arent even acknowledged (its key to note as well that if there are 50 people with grades 1 and 2 and you have grade 3's and 2's you have less of a chance to get in). If you do have the subjects within the grade proficiency range you then have to go through an interview process lol and if you fail the interview you dont even get a call to say "you failed" they just never call but if you do pass you get called and you have to go through the true sign up and payment process. So its interestig how easy it is for them. The competition here it's stiff. Especially when a programme could only be taking in 15 students and 100+ have applied.
B H : Honestly, a name of a school will mean nothing as you go on with life. There are always people who are more successful than you, who didn't even go to college, who came from nothing, and went through countless adveristies. Let that thought humble you. Hanging on to the pride of a mere university name is just an overcompensation that many people make, because sometimes that's all they have. That's why the old guy Saul gets it. I see Ivy leagues more as a business. I'd choose MIT or Caltech over ivy leagues.
Selim Sabbagh : Saul is 85??? He doesn’t look a day over 70!
Vy Bee : I hate that people are ashamed to say they go to anything other than an Ivy League let alone a community college. I am proud to be a member and soon graduate of a community college. So many people around me don’t want to better their life and situation. My high school teachers recommended community college anyway. It is cheaper.

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Tolarian Community College : I know everyone here already knows how to play (although according to your playgroup...well, never mind...) but hopefully this can serve as a really good resource to help you teach friends and get them into the game.

I have wanted to make this video for SO LONG. Magic always felt like this arduous, difficult task to try and teach, and I dreamed of about able to have a clear, focussed video tutorial that taught you how to play in (about) 15 minutes. Now, I can give this to the community and the game.

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The ChickenLego : Woot! The prof's dad can finally learn to play magic.
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Julian : Thank you prof! For making the first tutorial I've seen that explained generic mana costs correctly! And didn't call them colorless costs, or said that they could be payed with "any other color" and the like. bows
Bastien Clarke : Cool
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reallyevilric : Good video, Proff, but you missed talking about the "Golden Rule".
David Burris : Great video that teaches MTG.
Ashe : Quick critiques about introducing keyword mechanics:

1. I wouldn't ever mention Flash until the segment where you run through the evergreen keywords; you want it to come across as an impressive special ability that might draw the new player towards opting into that ability once they already know the basic rules; you don't want it to be bundled in with explaining the basic timing rules of the game, where it is likely to come off as a confusing chore.

2. The explanation of First Strike given here is technically correct, but is probably overly technical and laborious for a true beginner.
3. I feel like Trample isn't as much of an offender as First Strike, but I still feel like there must be a punchier, more straight-forward way to give this information, without being misrepresentative.

It's not that I don't trust the capacity of people to learn; I just think that it's most enticing to focus on the 'wow-factor' of something like Flash, Trample, or First Strike as a cool thing someone learns they can do and exploit after they've perceived the basic portions of the tutorial to have ended. Better to open the armory and show off some of the toys there after you've finished teaching a basic fighting stance.

I know that there's a balance to be struck there with not making the game or individual game pieces too boring at first exhibition, which is perhaps a failing of intro product canon (you've addressed this before in your other content). But I think that's an issue to be solved when designing the first actual decks a new player is going to play with, rather than slightly complicating the tutorial to make it more technically comprehensive, before the first match has ever begun.
You want the player to be reasonably well-oriented to begin playing on their own terms and make their own basic decisions-- but get them over the entry hurdle and playing as quickly and smoothly as possile. You're right there to answer the questions they formulate, with as much nuance as is relevant or appropriate to the table in front of you both, or that individual person's familiarity with and enthusiasm for nitty-gritty game rules.
goozilla132 : >no two games are truly the same

Unless I'm playing Charbelcher. Every game is the same.

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