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Oct 20 2009Political Science
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the people suck, i didnt get a good education, i do not recommend it. save your self
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Oct 20 2009Business - Management and Administration
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What GW lacks in school spirit, it makes up for in its surroundings. In my four-years of undergrad, there was never a dull-moment. Between schoolwork, internships, and all the excitement that Washington D.C. offers, I found GWU to provide a very well-rounded college experience.
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Great college town! One of the best experiences you could have at any school. Stimulating, engaging students, a very solid education. Proud to be here. Never wanted the snooty Georgetown experience....sorry GT, I never applied to your school! This is a private, east coast school, so you're obviously going to get the wealthy-intense and overly concerned with dress & image, and of course self-inflated importance! But, regardless of that, there are "normal" people here and you have to find them. Again, solid education...wouldn't go anywhere else for undergrad.
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