College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:57:00Z
its there if you need it, not a big part of student life no need to generally leave campus and if you do its easy to find someone with a car
College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:55:49Z
Geneva weather doesn't make sense, it can be 60 degrees and sunny and then snowing with brutal winds in the same day. Generally expect to say goodbye to the sun in October and not expect to see it again till may. And the wind... No one can prepare you for the icy winds off the lake.
College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:47:59Z
some decent restaurants and a few hidden gems, most places are overpriced for the quality
College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:45:29Z
I knew what I was getting myself into, I was against going here, and while I still have my resentments It has been a great experience. I would love HWS if wasn't for the weather and the people, they put a damper on the amazing academic opportunities offered by the great professors and abundance of on and off campus programs and connections designed to give students and edge. If you want to make the most of HWS and enjoy your time here you need to be active and motivated to engage yourself both academically and socially. Otherwise the cliques, social pressure, entitlement, and monotony will make your time miserable-- like the weather.
College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:30:09Z
The school overall is extremely connected and promotes the fact that its alumni network is present in everything. Getting into classes for your major can be frustrating and difficult, but the variety of options and diversity of subject matters make up for it.
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