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| lots of personnal connections that will help me throughout my various radical activities, lots of time to find myself and test out ideas, lots of opportunities for organizing and political idea developing, did i mention the amazing people?|
i am having a lot of fun now and doing a lot of what i want to do. i still have a lot of learning to do but so does everybody else in the world.
hampshire gave me the opportunity to develop me while also developing a strong conscience and awareness of my privilege and responsibility.and holy shit, there are some amazing people there (staff, faculty, students, and alumni of course).
| Starting Job: project manager - various projects, Preparedness: -, Reputation: - |
|Feb 18 2003|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| This school is only for people who know exactly what they want to do, who have a very clear vision of their future, and who are absolutely certain of their goals and interests. In other words, it is not suitable for the average high school/college student who is searching for themselves and is not really sure where they are going in life. It's basically graduate school in an undergraduate setting, and frankly, I've come to believe that the vast majority of 18-22 year olds sorely lack the necessary maturity and clarity to handle a graduate school curriculum. I didn't have the clarity, and I had a really hard time over it. |
|Jan 27 2003|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |