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High School SeniorMember since 10/27/2012
How late do places usually stay open in the Decatur/Atlanta area?
It depends on the day of the week. Around 9 or 10 at night typically.
How relaxed is Clark?
Clark is pretty relaxed. There are always something to do on campus; there are always fun events going on at campus.
Clark is very relaxed, people are generally very accepting of others and this allows for everyone to do what they want or feel comfortable doing and not be afraid of what others think.
I heard many people say that Lafayette College is like a 'bubble.'What does that mean?
Lafayette has a lot of wealthy students who live together on college hill surrounded by reality so many towns people that interact with students at bars are regular middle class people and sometimes it can feel as though campus is a different environment than surrounding easton.
How does your school embrace social justice and diversity?
Ithaca is diverse. There are many ethnicities and religions. There is a HILLEL organization for Jewish religion and many groups for different races
We are not racially diverse here, it's mostly white kids but I think we all would really like and be open to a greater racial diversity here.
This is simply the most open school in the nation. For the most part people are very accepting.
Yes. That isn't a problem here. Most students are very wealthy though, as someone who is pretty much working-class that has made me feel a little bit like an outsider but besides that everyone is pretty accepting...or at least they pretend to be.
Definitely. There are so many different groups and organizations that are there at your disposal. I;ve never been in a place with this many great and accepting people as Emerson.
It embraces it openly and allows everyone to be equal.
Everyday at school along the main drag there are booths and activities with students who promote diversity and togetherness on campus.
The campus alone is diverse, my program is all about equality and equity.
One of USF's main claim is it's fight for social justice and diversity. I believe it does a really good job of enforcing these. Many of the events held on campus cater to these topics.
Our school is obsessed with social justice, but most people are white and wealthy.
^Would say that this is not true. The majority of people at the school are white but there are a lot of students of color. People come from all sorts of backgrounds. I have a rather large friend group at Grinnell and I would only describe one of them as truly wealthy. Diversity abounds. Just look at the statistics. I don't think cunrath really knows what they're talking about.
We are a very diverse and active campus. There are many clubs and fraternities/sororities that offer moments to volunteer and time for open discussion about topics that affect us as students, a campus and as human beings in general.
There is an office for multiculturality and diversity. It offers many programs during heritage-themed months, such as black history month, or Asian-Pacific month. They all conclude with a reception.
Does Hofstra do anything for Native Americans during their heritage month?
If you are looking for people who know or care what 'social justice' or 'diversity' is, this is not the school for you.
Diversity is welcome here and the variety of students here is vast.
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