The Latin Quarter is very lively - there are a lot of students everywhere and it's incredibly crowded, especially around the schools. I walked by La Sorbonne (Paris IV) and across the street was Le Lycée Louis-le-grand, which is basically one of the hardest high schools in the world. We saw some kids standing outside, but I figured it would be a little weird to accost them on the street and ask how stressed they were. We didn't end up seeing l'ENS because Alexandra had homework, but I saw "all the gods" at the Pantheon (Pantheon comes from the Greek for "all gods" - something I learned in French class last year). I saw Hugo, Dumas, Zola, Rousseau, Voltaire, Lagrange, the Curie's, and Braille, among others. They had taken the pendulum down for some reason, though...hopefully they put it back up while I'm still here.
Well, I'm tired, and I wanted to read before I went to sleep tonight. Pierre (my host brother) lent me a ton of French books, so I should get started now before my university classes start.