I wish this school had a larger music department.
I think the worst thing about Clarke College is the food, which is not really that bad as it is. Since I have to pick something that is bad, of everything here, the food would be the worst.
There is a lack of technology or maintaining the function of some computers. For example, the nursing department at my school has for computers, and each day its sometimes a game picking a computer that will work. In addition theres no printer hooked up in that department. The closes printer is down the hall but only three computers is hooked up to it and is always used by someone , so I would need to go to the library at the other side of campus to print which is a hassle.
The dorms are hideous (from the outside).
There are not many people on campus, so everyone knows everyone.
The worst thing about my school is the 3:1 female to male ratio. Class discussions are sometimes limited due to lack of opinion from a male responder.
Administration gives a little bit of a run-around towards getting things done on campus.
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