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July 27, 2017
"If I had to be a grownup, it would be to do this."
If there’s an art to doing art school, Noah Cutwright seems to have mastered it.
From the time he started at CIA, Noah — an Animation major from Baltimore, Maryland — decided two things.
First, he would take advantage of what living in Cleveland has to offer. “In my freshman year, I thought, OK, I don’t want to be stuck in the residence hall,” Noah says. “I don’t have a car this year, but I gotta figure out how to get around. [CIA] gave us a free bus pass. That bus pass really did help. I explored all over.”
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