The worst thing about Wells is definitely its location. The campus itself is beautiful, and life here would be a paradise if there was anything nearby to do. We are 20 miles from the nearest urban center and 40 miles from the city of Syracuse, so there isn't that much to do here. Since I lived in Syracuse, I'm not used to so much nothing around me.
The worse thing about my school I guess would be the food. A lot of the food comes out more then once in 2 weeks and we always have hambergers, pizza, and french fries.
I don't really think that there is any really bad things about Wells College. If you don't come to Wells with a vehicle, you're going to need to get used to not really going off campus a lot. However, that is what makes the students at out school so close.
The disconnect between Wells alumna and today's students. Many of them disagree with the school going coed, and it causes them to disconnect themselves from what Wells is today. Which is unfortunate because many of them carry valuable information about the school and the outside world.
The school does not have a enough majors, to give variety.
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