Somebody who has to be in the middle of everything (talking about entertainment) would probably not be a good candidate for Hiram. Someone who doesn't like to stay in and just hang out or entertain themselves (this is the biggest complaint I hear on campus). Also, someone who wants to blend into the background and just be a "number" in the classroom should not go to Hiram because the classes are very small and the professors know everyone. It is pretty much impossible to do well in a class without a lot of participation (usually).
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