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During my visit students seemed to be in groups that were based on ethnicity? Is this a problem or do students usually mix really well?
It's not a problem at all. I'm Irish, my best friend is Indian. My freshman year roommate, with whom I was very good friends, was Cambodian. The only situation where I've noticed it being a slight problem is with some international students who aren't as fluent in English and as a result tend to befriend other international students from the same country. Overall however it's not an issue.
For most international students, they find that their college experience is a lot more comfortable when they have some friends who are of the same ethnicity/same background. But they still have plenty of friends who are not of the same ethnicity as well; we at Bryn Mawr get along just fine (:
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