No Se Group Dynamics Members: Clare Rieser, Lennard Rahaman, Cynthia Kubsh, Kyra Lienhop. Our group, "No Se" met for an hour every Tuesday for the past three or four weeks in Memorial Union to work on our Collaborative Learning project. We used this time as thoroughly as possible; we not only worked to perfect our project, but also were also able to discuss problems we had with class material. Prior to our first meeting, we organized the meeting place and assigned ourselves tasks to be completed. After our first meeting we had decided upon an appropriate article from The New York Times after researching three other online periodicals. As with any true group project, the cooperative effort greatly reduced the amount of work any one individual had to do, this allowed more time for us to focus on our class work and studies. At times, however, the work was not evenly distributed among all members. The Collaborative Learning time was limed to the project, and it was difficult to coordinate meetings for other purposes such as studying. However, this does not mean that we did not benefit on a personal level from this endeavor. It allowed us to meet people that we may not have interacted with under normal circumstances, and make new friends. While the weekly Collaborative Learning sessions were an excellent idea in theory, in practice, they were somewhat impractical. In the future, a learning experience of such magnitude should be offered as resuscitation, or discussion with earned credit.