I didn’t really have an idea about Gaudino. I had no idea it was controversial with the faculty. It just seemed like, “Oh, here is this program and we’re going to apply some of the knowledge from the classroom outside the campus. What a great idea.” So I applied. I do then recall when we had a course in the fall before we went out to the home stays, a course called “Public Authority in America.” He was the first professor that ever called me by my last name in the class, so it was formal. I never felt relaxed in there. I always felt like this was a court, no-joking-around.