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YES! There are three ultimate frisbee teams. Two mens teams called Redline and Bredline (starts with B because it's the B team), and a women's team called Quasar (which I am on, woot woot!). Frisbee is a club sport, not varsity, but the team still has very good players, well organized practices, and tournaments, and the teams are all welcoming to beginners. The frisbee teams and frisbee people are awesome.
If you have a 2.0 gpa and 1000 sat you should get in easy.
That's ridiculous. It's freaking Harvard.
My mom is one of the alums who does Harvard admissions, so I can talk about that part of the selection process. It's really holistic: they want good grades but also leadership in extra-curriculars, plus community service. Attitude also has a lot to do with it. If you act stuck-up, there's a section where the interviewer rates you on your personality. Hope this helps!
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It does not matter whether the college you are applying to is Harvard or not; what matters is that you gave your best shot in gaining admission to the college you want to go to, and if you get admitted then you will be super excited. If you do not, then it is not the end of the world either. It's a win-win situation.
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Written by Dominic Hood
Originally founded as an athletic league, the Ivy League, including Harvard, has lost its reputation as an athletic powerhouse in major sports. However, Harvard is home to more varsity sports than any other institution in the nation. Additionally, Harvard offers an array of club sport opportunities that will satisfy the desires of any wannabe rugby, fencing, or Frisbee player, just to name a few. And for those not interested in organized sports or their accompanying time committments, Harvard offers intramural sports that often generate heated battles and spawn a number of house rivalries.
However, Harvard does lose points because of the lack of support for its varsity programs. Men’s ice hockey, football, and lacrosse garner quite a few fans, but the only time Harvard fans even resemble true college sports fans is on the day of the Harvard-Yale football game. Overall, the University offers the resources for just about any level of activity.
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