I shouldn't have, which is why I am switching to a new school in the fall. The communications department is weak, despite a tradition for a quality newspaper at the school. The school is low on the state's totem poll, so if your department requires funding and is not one of the big three, stay away. People who want a school with a lot of students or a "dressed up" campus should not come here. Women who are not interested in joining social clubs should stay away. Lastly, it rains a lot in Columbus.
Honestly I'm not sure if there is any kind of person that shouldn't attend this school. There is no one kind of person that attends. Everyone is different, with different backgrounds, religions, interests, hobbies, but when you put everyone together on such a small campus, you get the melding pot that we students affectionately call the "W." With such a diverse population in terms of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, you would be hard pressed to find someone who's uncomfortable on my campus.
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