I don't really have anything bad to say about the school itself. It has a really nice campus and the professors are great. I just wish it wasn't in Brunswick, because I find Brunswick to be boring with not much else to do.
A major problem at St. Edward?s, is the lack of school spirit and support the student body does not give to our sports teams. Basketball, soccer, volleyball, crew, and other sports are promoted around campus, through emails, and in all of the residence halls but in the end, there are very few people who show up to the games at all. Perhaps, it is because we are a smaller school and academics or other organizations are looked into more so than sports. I feel that the student body should support all extracurricular activities and be a well-rounded community.
The internet in the dorm rooms is slow and it's not wireless, but they are working on it. The good thing is that there are a lot of computer labs that are available in most of the buildings.
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