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... This includes clubs, organizations, non-varsity sports, band, drama, conferences, symposiums, student life activities, performing arts, etc ...Read full comment
... That, combined with a lack of opportunities to relax or real campus 'traditions' or entire-campus 'events' (think sports games where more than 5%...Read full comment
... I went out for a varsity sport, do fun volunteer activities, love my classes (you should always enjoy what you're studying-even if it's hard at t...Read full comment
... I played a varsity sport, was a member of a service fraternity, and still had plenty of time to devote to my studies ...Read full comment
... If you have some extra-curricular interests such as sports or music, you'll have a decent social network ...Read full comment
... There's no decent public transportation system that goes by the school ...Read full comment
... Joining club sports or organizations helps, and there is always something going on somewhere ...Read full comment
... The transportation is abysmal in the city of Baltimore, and taxis are much too expensive to be used regularly ...Read full comment
... Johns Hopkins might not be the most famous University with your average blue collar Joe but a schools fame should be based on academic quality an...Read full comment
... Public transportation is a pain in the neck and parking a car here is not easy to do ...Read full comment
... If you aren't part of a sports team or some other club it is hard to meet people ...Read full comment
... If you can get transportation, get your butt down to Canton or Fells Point down by the harbor ...Read full comment
... However, it is difficult to pull good grades and be involved in several extracurriculars ...Read full comment
... At a state school, you can get good grades and participate in extracurriculars and have good stats to get to a medical school ...Read full comment
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University

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