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Well, I work for Clark RLH and I disagree with what you're saying. I agree that the new changes make it inconvenient for current sophomores and juniors (especially sophomores) but you need to understand that in order for the school to grow, it needs to be able to accommodate more students. Unfortunately, Clark does not have the budget to buy a new dorm but they can "kick out" persons who should be mature enough to be able to find an apartment off campus (most people live less than a 5 minute walk away). Thus, making room for the less mature persons coming out of high school that may have never experienced Worcester life. Also, in housing lottery which is in April, current freshmen, sophomores and juniors can choose whichever upperclassman dorm they want to live in (singles, doubles, triples, suites and off campus apartments). You are extremely misinformed my friend (probably should have gone to one of the housing info sessions that RLH had or spoken to your RA that went through week long training sessions over the summer and winter breaks - while you were having fun with your friends and family).
You really sound angry. I got accepted to Clark, but now you make it sound like a not so good choice. I'm from California and got into other schools but the cost at Clark is so good it's hard to pass up. I got into UCSD, USD, Willamette, USF, Goucher and others. Is Clark that bad??
I think that the professor and classes are great! However, the departments like RLH are not so great. Sometimes, there are really good RA, probably like CliveG up there. Its hard to really judge and criticize a place that gives you a paycheck and free housing.
From another student, Clark is not as bad as he makes it sound at all. Don't let it deter you, Clark is a great school.
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