College Sophomore 2013-10-29T17:36:21Z
We have a lot of good athletes, but our sports department isn't exactly up to par. It's not a huge part of campus, but everyone at least knows whats going on with the teams, even if they don't personally attend the events (not many people do).
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-18T18:53:16Z
Jock culture set up to attract new students, but athletes don't really fit what used to be an elite women's school.
College Sophomore 2013-06-29T23:11:34Z
There a lot of sports teams at Wells, a sport club or two, but I, personally, don't pay attention to any of them. I now they work hard and do great at competitions, but you can be on campus and just not be involved with them.
I'm not a sportsy person, but they athletics department sends out e-mails to everyone saying how well they did or when the games are taking place.
The school does have spirit, but only with certain students. Basically, of you're not in them or don't have any (or many) friends who partake in them, you don't focus on sports. They're not the "main" thing on campus. There's so much other liberal crap that goes on and gets more attention.
Hmm.... I may start paying more attention to the sports teams now....
College Sophomore 2013-01-13T04:28:52Z
Sports at Wells College are important. We have a diverse selection of Sports and we receive daily/weekly emails on the sports on campus to get the students on campus involved. We have a excellent Sports Center.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-28T00:08:23Z
Coach Equality – Some of the coaches have favorites, this is normal; however, these coaches ignore other athletes and will sometimes treat the less than perfect athlete very poorly. The behaviors towards beginners or struggling athletes includes name calling, disrespect and public humiliation. Some of the coaches are solely about winning instead of having a more rounded model to include, schoolwork, mannerisms, societal values, and the ability to develop strength within oneself.
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