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The University of Delaware

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Oct 19 2014Biology
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I don't love it here like every other freshmen seems to. I also don't like the party scene. Basically there's nothing else to do on a Friday or Saturday night so if you're into that then this would be a school for you but if not, consider looking somewhere else because it's hard to find people who don't party. Also if you do go to parties it's just a bunch of sweaty underclassmen shoved into a frat house or athlete house basement with cheap beer until you're 21 because the bars know how to spot fakes. It's also super expensive if you live out of state. I'm having an okay time but I could be having an okay time at some other college for half the price.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
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Campus Aesthetics: A, Social Life: F
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Aug 07 2014Biology
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This school is a research institution with mostly huge lecture halls with brilliant professors who lack the essential skills and/or enthusiasm to teach students. Some insult your intelligence and assign a lot of busy work, stifle your creativity, and give out weird, vague exams. Others will mispronounce basic vocab, use improper grammar, be disorganized, be unknowledgeable, and won't act gracious when answering questions. This a very wet campus as the alcohol consumption is well above the national average, at least according to the CDC. Under 21, and your stuck going to house parties and trying to dodge campus security. Over 21 and the scene involving said house parties (greek and non-greek), is the same and will get old after a while.
4th Year Female -- Class 2009
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Campus Aesthetics: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Jul 09 2014Mechanical Engineering
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Terrible academic honesty system. Very out of touch administration. You feel like you are a small drop in an ocean of uncaring.
5th Year Male -- Class 2010
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Campus Aesthetics: A, Faculty Accessibility: F
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