There are groups that are more known than others, but there is an equal opportunity for each club to grow and prosper. We do not have a football team which may be a deal breaker for some people, but we have an amazing ultimate freebie team that is known for their intense training. They can be seen on the green (the center of the campus where there is a huge plot of grass in the middle) practicing almost every evening!
Social life is dead unless you hang out with a certain group. A car is a must have if you don't want to die of boredom. The ratio of girls to guys is painful! More guys need to come. On campus activities are lame. There are dances usually every month they aren't too much fun unless you put a lot of effort into them. You see the same people everyday. The school is very small. Not much to do. The food sucks, there's a dining hall which the food takes like plastic or nothing at all. The chat is gross, fattening and the grease sticks to your clothes. The cliques are ridiculous. Jocks only hang out with jocks. Partiers with partiers etc. Not much mingling between social groups. There are barely any upperclassmen on campus. So it's mostly freshmen that you see everyday it feels. Transportaion is not free for example the busing system is $4 round trip. The train station is a 10 minute walk and costs money to get into Philly. The athletics suck! It's division III and it still sucks. No schol spirit or pride. No famous people have come to campus. No sororities or fraternities. The clubs are lame. Not much effort is put into them.
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