College Sophomore 2013-09-02T23:54:34Z
HWS is comprised of a variety of races, religions, and economic backgrounds. However, that is not to say that HWS should be dubbed "diverse." Although HWS displays some diversity on charts and graphs on their website, once you step foot on campus the numbers seem non existent. A blur on the radar if you will. Naturally, this type of ratio creates some kind of tension-both racially and in matters of privilege, but in the end we all are going to experience some form of racial tension so we might as well endure and conquer it now.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-08T23:47:16Z
A diverse student body both racially and politically and socioeconomically.
College Senior 2013-07-12T18:52:57Z
Although there is some diversity on the campus, the majority of the students that attend HWS are middle or upper class Caucasian Americans.
College Senior 2013-05-18T19:43:06Z
There's a fair amount, it's nothing to scoff at. But it's apparent, this place is pretty homogenously well-to-do, white, waspy New England type kids. They're not s****y about that, they're pretty chill and nice people, but just expect seeing those types around. But there's some black students, hispanic, asian (many Chinese exchange students for instance), as well as variety in sexual orientation. Basically it has a easily recognizable and dominant majority, but that doesn't reflect the culture of the people - everyone is easy-going and laid-up, friendly and relaxed; you just have to expect a majority of a certain type.
College Student 2013-04-25T23:16:40Z
There really isn't too much diversity here on campus.
They have made huge efforts, but I find that the school itself is pretty split with who hangs out with who, etc, which tends to mostly lie on socioeconomic and racial lines. People are accepting, definitely. But not necessarily willing to step out of their shells.
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