The small interactive classes, the accessibility of the professors, and the quality of the dining hall and dorms.
The close knit community at Pomona is really great. I always brag to my friends about how I can walk to the dining hall and see twenty people I know on the way there. The school is just the right size--you won't ever know everyone on campus, but you will always know a lot of people, and see a lot of friendly familiar faces no matter where you go, and there are always people to hang out with.
The weather, the small class sizes, the econ and math departments' closeness to their students, Martha Andresen, being able to take any class I wanted, my friends, my dorms, my life.
drinking, the weather, california culture, proximity to the beach/joshua tr.ee/los angeles/etc
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