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Written by Dominic Hood
Harvard undergraduates thrive on diversity because it presents alternate approaches and opinions on topics ranging from politics and religion to culture and sexuality. Harvard students tend to be among the most open-minded in higher education. Students of all races, backgrounds, and beliefs will find a forum in which they can express and discuss their opinions. Despite the wealth of diversity, some students do complain that most of the undergraduates come from a very narrow socioeconomic bracket.
Students hail from across the globe, and though this facilitates expression and individuality, it often fuels controversies that captivate the entire student body (check out www.thecrimson.com for recent controversies and debates across campus). If diversity is a must, then Harvard is certainly the right fit, but for close-minded souls, culture shock will certainly await you around every corner here.
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