Some are loud and annoying while others are quiet
My school is very diverse and I love it because you get to meet different people with different backgrounds. I do not believe any student would feel out of place in this school. Students usually dress casual to class (jeans and a shirt). People definately interact with different people.
Students at our school are fun, and easy going.
The student sin my school vary very much to accurately describe every group. The group I consider myself most involved in are all very good, eager students who really care about their education. Each of us in involved in at least one student organization. But there is always the flip side of the coin, I feel as if there are a lot of students who do not care about their education and really bring the school down. We have a lot of commuters so people really don't get involved on campus because they don't want to stay anymore time than they already do because they may live an hour away and have to get home. There are also a lot of students who are from Massachusetts and sometimes I wish there was more people from other states like I am
There is every kind of student here. Loud, quiet, outgoing, timid, African American, White, Asian, you name it. We have many groups on campus that make it interesting. I would say that there isn't any student that wouldn't feel welcomed here, because chances are there is a group for you here. We have students from all over the world here I think its something like 24 different countries and I have 5 of them.
Newbury is very interesting because we have such an assortment of people. My best advice would be to visit the school and see if it's a place you can see yourself at. We have people from all over the U.S. and abroad. From Alaska, and California to Spain and Trinidad. We have people who come from wealthy backgrounds and pay tuition in full to students who come from lower-class backgrounds paying through loans and scholarships. We have students who dress in suits to students who come to class still in their pajamas. At Newbury, it's about who you want to be, and what you want to do with your life. We all have a common goal here and that's what's important.
The student population at Newbury is *very* diverse. Not a single person should feel out of place at this school. By simply taking a walk down our gorgeous courtyard, you immediately see so many different types of students interacting with each other - whether they're walking to class, studying together on the big grassy areas, or chatting on one of our many Victorian-style benches. For the most part, not one race hangs out, not one major hangs out, not one age group hangs out. We all are open-minded enough to want to meet others and learn about each other.
Some students do not acept some of the students but there are more people who are willing to get along with everyone. Some people wear comfortable clothes and others dress up for class.
Newbury is a very diverse school, which I like. Being around the same race all the time for me, would be a bit boring. SInce Newbury is diverse you are able to learn about other students backgrounds and their culture. In the dining hall the chefs will have a cuisine based on students heritage. Since Newbury is a small school students do see most of the same students on an everyday bases but it is alot easier to make friends that way.
Our campus is very diverse here at Newbury, whether it is financial differences, racial differences, or even social differences. We have many clubs to please the various racial and social groups which I think is a plus. It is very easy to make friends here since everyone is so nice.
There are all different types of students here at Newbury. The campus is very diverse which is a great thing, especially planning to work in the real world. Yes, different types of students interact with each other, and being part of a club or organization really helps with that.
There are many varsity athletic teams at Newbury. We are a D3 college. Aside from all of the varsity sports we also have club sports. Many students can start clubs with some friends. Many of the students at the college are athletes . We have a diverse group of students her from all over the world and country. Most of the students at the college are full time students as well as working, the college makes it very easy for all its students to "make it work".
The students at our college are very diverse, coming from all areas of the country and the world. All the students here get along and bring their backgrounds, cultures, and experiences together to bond.
I think that our student body is very diverse because there is a mixture of different ethnicities, religous backgrounds, economic backgrounds, and LGBT students on campus. This is something that makes our school better because for new students coming in they can fit in since we are so diverse. Most students are really friendly and are really accepting. I believe that Newbury is pretty liberal and that could be because we are close to Boston where there is also a large diverse population.
They are nice but still in high school mode.
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