My classmates, being a theater major, are energetic and strong in their studies, and also balance their academic lives with fun.
Like I mentioned above, most students at Illinois Wesleyan University are academically-motivated.
Most of my classmates are from a white, middle class background but open to other ideals and lifestyles.
My classmates help to support, motivate, and challenge me in all areas of my studies here at Illinois Wesleyan University.
My classmates range from the wealthy children of Chicago's nicer areas to the small town kids I grew up near.
My classmates have many different personalities.
Quite a few try and get by without a lot of work and tend to complain about the workload, but there are a great number of students who are still academically and intellectually motivated by the professors and the material.
My classmates are hard working, but they also know how to have fun.
My classmates at Illinois Wesleyan University are articulate and intelligent individuals, each with his or her own bright and promising future.
My classmates at Illinois Wesleyan are all, well, unique.
Friendly, but everyone is always busy with homework
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